EFF and Drug Policy Alliance Join Effort To Appeal Ross Ulbricht’s Barbaric Double Life Sentence for Non-violent, Victimless Crimes

ross-ulbricht-840x420Activist Post reporter Derrick Broze interviews Lyn Ulbricht at the Texas State Libertarian Convention about her son Ross Ulbricht’s appeal of his double life sentence for founding the free market website Silk Road. The Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Drug Policy Alliance have joined the effort to reduce Ulbricht’s sentence.

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3 Comments on "EFF and Drug Policy Alliance Join Effort To Appeal Ross Ulbricht’s Barbaric Double Life Sentence for Non-violent, Victimless Crimes"

  1. Tim Hadfield | April 14, 2016 at 2:18 pm | Reply

    Unreal, it used to be that only Russia did this sort of stuff.
    The land of the free is looking pretty totalitarian these days, and a bit slow in legalising drug use.

    • Russia didn’t do this sort of stuff, the soviet union did. But they also murdered 84 million christians because they were the enemy du jour while today the enemy du jour are the Muslims. Really everyone who dislikes usury are the enemies

  2. I thought he got 30-Life? Not 2 life sentences?

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