No Compromise Prisoner Listings
 

Please take a moment of your time and let these prisoners know they are not forgotten! If you don't know what to say, check out these prisoner-writing tips! Please remember that all mail is read by authorities and must have a return address on the envelope. For a list of prisoners from other struggles be sure to check out the Earth Liberation Prisoner Support Network's prisoner listings and EcoPrisoners.org. Be sure to include your return address if you'd like to hear back from a prisoner, but don't be discouraged if you don't get an immediate response to your letter.

North American Animal Liberation Prisoners

Jonathan Paul, #07167-985
FCI Phoenix
Federal Correctional Institution
37910 N. 45th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85086
USA

Status: Jonathan has been an animal and environmental activist since the 1980s and a vegan for 25 years. He and his wife live with 5 companion animals off the grid, powering their home with solar panels. Jonathan is currently serving a 51 - month sentence in federal prison for his role in the 1997 arson of the Cavel West horse slaughterhouse in Redmond, Oregon that permanently shut the plant down.

Lauren Gazzola, #93497-011
FCI DANBURY
ROUTE #37
33 1/2 PEMBROKE ROAD
DANBURY, CT 06811
USA
Status: Lauren, a member of the SHAC7, and veteran activist was sentenced to 52 months in federal prison for her part in organizing the U.S. campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences. She is convicted of Conspiracy to violate the Animal Enterprise Protection Act, Conspiracy to Stalk, three counts of Interstate Stalking, Conspiracy to Harass using a Telecommunications Device. Despite these convictions Lauren was not charged with having any personal role in committing any illegal acts in the campaign, but is doing time simply for her involvement in the aboveground campaign and SHAC-USA. Interests: Dancing, reading, the Italian Mafia, New York City and the law.

Joshua Harper, #29429-086
FCI SHERIDAN
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 5000
SHERIDAN, OR 97378
USA
Status: Josh, a member of the SHAC7, was sentenced to three years in federal prison for his part in the U.S. campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences. He was convicted of Conspiracy to violate the Animal Enterprise Protection Act, Conspiracy to Harass using a Telecommunications Device. Despite these convictions Josh was not charged with having any personal role in committing any illegal acts in the campaign, but is doing time simply for his involvement in the aboveground campaign. Interests: Skateboarding, reading, political history, spending time with his dog, Lady Bird.

Jacob Conroy, #93501-011
FCI TERMINAL ISLAND
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
PO BOX 3007 SAN PEDRO, CA 90731
USA
Status: Jake, a member of the SHAC7, and veteran activist was sentenced to four years in federal prison for his part in organizing the U.S. campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences. He was convicted of Conspiracy to violate the Animal Enterprise Protection Act, Conspiracy to Stalk, three counts of Interstate Stalking, Conspiracy to Harass using a Telecommunications Device. Despite these convictions Jake was not charged with having any personal role in committing any illegal acts in the campaign, but is doing time simply for his involvement in the aboveground campaign and SHAC-USA. Interests: Hiking, camping, design, liberation struggles and direct action history, eating sweets, crappy music and bad movies.

Kevin Kjonaas, #93502-011
FCI SANDSTONE
P.O. BOX 1000
SANDSTONE, MN 55072
USA
Status: Kevin, a member of the SHAC7, and former president of SHAC-USA was sentenced to six years in federal prison for his part in organizing the U.S. campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences. He was convicted of Conspiracy to violate the Animal Enterprise Protection Act, Conspiracy to Stalk, three counts of Interstate Stalking, Conspiracy to Harass using a Telecommunications Device. Despite these convictions Kevin was not charged with having any personal role in committing any illegal acts in the campaign, but is doing time simply for his involvement in the aboveground campaign and SHAC-USA. Interests: 20th century art, dogs, Spain, cooking, reading (memoirs, politics and the environment).

International Animal Liberation Prisoners

Donald Currie, TN4593
HMP Parkhurst
Clissold Road
Newport
Isle of Wight
PO30 5NX

ENGLAND
Status: Sentenced on December 7, 2006 to 12 years on arson charges after pleading guilty to three actions claimed by the A.L.F. in relation to the HLS campaign. The father of three was arrested in March after two homemade bombs were found by police underneath a car belonging to Roland Brooks at his Caversham home. Don Currie had earlier pleaded guilty at Reading Crown Court in August to arson charges and to possessing fire bombs. Birthday: April 13th. What you can send: Envelopes, writing paper, photos.

Jon Ablewhite, TB4885
HMP Lowdham Grange
Lowdham, Nottingham NG14 7DA
ENGLAND
Status: Sentenced to 12 years in prison on attempted blackmail charges in relation to the Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs Campaign. The Judge's indication of 12 years was based upon information presented to him by the police and the CPS only. This was given in the form of a case summary and a "schedule" of events - a chronological diary of every 'criminal' action beginning with the 1999 liberation. It is clear how Judge Pert had absolutely no interest in reality. All credit and all mitigation was ignored. The fact the defendants categorically stated they had any involvement in the grave desecration was ignored. Birthday: January 27th. What you can send: Can not receive writing paper or packs of envelopes

Kerry Whitburn, TB4886
HMP Lowdham Grange
Lowdham, Nottingham NG14 7DA
ENGLAND
Status: Sentenced to 12 years in prison on attempted blackmail charges in relation to the Save the Newchurch Guinea Pigs Campaign. The Judge's indication of 12 years was based upon information presented to him by the police and the CPS only. This was given in the form of a case summary and a "schedule" of events - a chronological diary of every 'criminal' action beginning with the 1999 liberation. It is clear how Judge Pert had absolutely no interest in reality. All credit and all mitigation was ignored. The fact the defendants categorically stated they had any involvement in the grave desecration was ignored. Birthday: April 18th. What you can send: Can not receive writing paper or packs of envelopes

Sean Kirtley, WC6977
HMP Stafford
54 Gaol Rd
Stafford, ST16 3AW
ENGLAND
Status: Following a lengthy police investigation and an 18-week trial costing over £4.5 million, the operator of a website criticising animal testing company Sequani, has been jailed for four and a half years for organising a legal protest. Sean Kirtley was found guilty under Section 145 of the SOCPA law for “Interfering with the contractual relationships of a Laboratory” for allegedly organising protests at Sequani Limited and associated business associates. Police say disorder took place on a occasions during protests and claim as the organiser that Sean is responsible for any criminality that takes place.

Sarah Whitehead, VM7684)
HMP Bronzefield
Woodthorpe Road
Ashford, Middx TW15 3JZ
ENGLAND
Status: Sarah Whitehead was sentenced on the June 30th 2008 to fifteen months for removing a beagle which was kept muzzled in a wooden cage in a garden and which an eye witness informed Sarah was also being regularly beaten by its owner. The RSPCA had been called numerous times, but had failed to intervene to save the dog so Sarah was left with no choice but to act to save the dog herself. Unfortunately, she was already under police surveillance due to her involvement in the campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences and.

Luke Steele, WJ4308
HMP Lincoln
Greetwell Road
LN2 4BD
ENGLAND
Status: Arrested along with Dean Cain and two other activists in October 2008. Steele and Cain were denied bail and remanded into custody. They are now awaiting trial scheduled for December 19 2008. The defendants are reportedly being charged on "Serious Organized Crime and Police Act" (SOCPA) and Criminal Damage charges related to an alleged raid on Highgate Farm - a farm known to supply rabbits for experiments at Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS).

Heather Nicholson #VM4859
HMP Bronzefield
Woodthorpe Road
Ashford, Middx TW15 3JZ
ENGLAND
Status: Heather was arrested and remanded into custody on May 1st 2007 along with Natasha and Greg Avery after 32 separate police raids, involving 700 police officers in the UK, The Netherlands and Belgium. They have been charged with "conspiracy to blackmail" Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) along with a nine other defendents. Birthday: January 30th.

Dean Cain, WJ4309
HMP Lincoln
Greetwell Road
LN2 4BD
ENGLAND
Status: Arrested along with Luke Steele and two other activists in October 2008. Steele and Cain were denied bail and remanded into custody. They are now awaiting trial scheduled for December 19 2008. The defendants are reportedly being charged on "Serious Organized Crime and Police Act" (SOCPA) and Criminal Damage charges related to an alleged raid on Highgate Farm - a farm known to supply rabbits for experiments at Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS).

Mel Broughton, TN9138
HMP Woodhill
Tattenhoe Street
Milton Keynes
Bucks MK4 4DA
ENGLAND
Status: Mel remanded on 14 Dec 2007 at Banbury Magistrates' Court in connection with alleged offences relating to the SPEAK campaign. Birthday: July 5.

Dan Amos, VN7818
HMP Winchesterr
Romsey Road
Winchester S022 5DF
ENGLAND
Status: Dan Amos was remanded on 30 July 2008 on charges in connection to Huntingdon Life Sciences. Birthday: 19 November

Gregg Avery #TA7450
HMP Winchester
Romsey Road
Winchester, SO22 5DF
ENGLAND
Status: Gregg and Natasha Avery were arrested on May 1, 2007 along with Heather Nicholson after 32 separate police raids, involving 700 police officers in the UK, The Netherlands and Belgium. All have been charged with "conspiracy to blackmail," in relation to the campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS). Birthday: December 5th.

Natasha Avery #VM4846
HMP Bronzefield
Woodthorpe Road
Ashford, Middx TW15 3JZ
ENGLAND
Status: Gregg and Natasha Avery were arrested on May 1, 2007 along with Heather Nicholson after 32 separate police raids, involving 700 police officers in the UK, The Netherlands and Belgium. All have been charged with "conspiracy to blackmail," in relation to the campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS). Birthday: December 28th.