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Don’t Write Me, Write the Governor

jail, red grunge stamp on an airmail backgroundHello Everyone,

First I would just like to thank everyone who views, reads, shares, supports journey. There is so much that has happened in these last five year of my life, and I am thankful that i have not had to walk this path alone.

Some one recently asked, ” Would you go back and change what happened, if you could?”  

The answer is NO. I would not change anything that has happened to me.  This experience has taught me more about myself and humanity than any experience I could have ever had in my former life. I know that it has given me the courage to speak up and let other people know that they are not alone. There have been times when I was so down and out that I was fearful of what would happen next and how I would make it through it all.I really hate being away from my family, friends, and the people who care about me. I have became close with a few individuals here and others I have to just keep in my sight.

By now,  word of the recent parole decision has spread.  They do not want me to be released until July 2021, but I will continue to push for my freedom. With this being said, I hope to continually be active with all who would like to continue writing me. However, if you are thinking about writing me, PLEASE, write Governor Nathan Deal first…  I’m asking that anyone who thinks I should be out, write to the people who are in a position of power. Flood their mail boxes with letters.  Sign my petition and make Governor Deal aware of the injustices that have happened and are still happening in his state.  As much I love receiving mail from everyone, it would mean so much more if your time, resources, and stamps were used to help me gain my freedom.  His address is :

Governor Nathan Deal

Office of the Governor
206 Washington Street
111 State Capitol
Atlanta, Georgia 30334

Thank you so much again and may you all be blessed. Be safe and take care of yourself.

Words of Ky P

About Ky peterson

Kyle (Ky) Peterson is a vibrant, intelligent, and uncommonly kind human being. He’s a hard worker, with a genuinely loving nature, and a passion for promoting Human Rights and Transgender Equality. His life was forever changed in 2011 when he fell victim to, not only a violent attacker, but also the “American Justice System”.

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