Dear Charlie

Charlie Ely was convicted in the murder of 15-year-old Seath Jackson back in 2011, after a quick trial -- during which she was given no chance to truly defend herself. The 19-year-old (18 at the time of the murder) woman was sentenced to life imprisonment, even though she had no physical involvement in the slaying of the Florida teen.
Charly has been denied an appeal to retry her case in the court of law, even though other defendants -- who had actually committed the physical crime -- have been granted retrials. The state of Florida railroaded the 19-year-old woman, refusing her the most basic rights of an American, in a crime that she had very minimal involvement in committing.

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I've decided to initiate correspondence with Charlie Ely in my mission to advocate for her freedom. If you'd like to know more about her case and the unfair treatment she received from the state of Florida's "justice" system, please consider visiting the Facebook page dedicated to advocating for her freedom.You can also visit the Free Charlie Ely blog, which contains an archived collection of facts, photos and links to more information about her trial and the tragic death of 15-year-old Seath Jackson.

I have no intent of exploiting Charlie Ely, so I don't have any plans to show the letters I may receive from her. However, I will continue updating this blog and the Free Charlie Ely blog in hopes of attracting more attention to the unfairness of her life sentence.


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