Statement from the Free Gary Tyler Committee
May 1, 2016
We celebrate the release of Gary Tyler, who has courageously survived forty-one years of unjust imprisonment at Angola, Louisiana.
We salute George Kendall, Mary Howell, and the rest of his legal team for their decades of hard work.
We honor Gary’s mother, Ms. Juanita Tyler (1932-2012), who never gave up the battle to free her son.
We thank thousands of people around the world who have fought for Gary’s release for more than four long decades.
We continue to fight for release of other political prisoners in the United States; and against racism, police violence, the death penalty, mass incarceration, the New Jim Crow, the “war on drugs,” solitary confinement, “administrative detention,” and all forms of political repression and criminal injustice.
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Liberty Hill Foundation
6420 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA 90048
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