As anyone who knows him can plainly tell, Jeremy has put on some weight – all of it muscle. One of the ways Jeremy likes to pass time in prison is through exercise, which is not only good for the body, but good for the mind as well. He also says that the weather has been warming, and that the prisoners have begun to organize impromptu softball games in the yard. He seems particularly excited by this. :-)
Jeremy also writes that he is working his way through all the books people have been sending him from his wishlist and thoroughly enjoying all of them. Of course, he shares them with other inmates, and says that there are often lines at his cell to borrow books. So thank you to all who have contributed in that regard. Please know that you are not only helping Jeremy, but other prisoners as well.
As always, thank you to all who have written to Jeremy, or even simply spread awareness about his case. Your support and solidarity means the world to Jeremy. Thank you.
This fund will help support whistleblower Jeremy Hammond while he serves his 10-year prison sentence
Friday 21 March 2014
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