Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Quiet Days

We are still waiting, hoping and praying for Judge Price's decision on the motion hearings. There is no way to know when Judge Price will deliver his decision. In the meantime, the best we can do is to continue to keep Shane in our prayers, and continue to share his story.

I came into contact with Shane in 2003, very unexpectedly. A radio program on WBAI-FM (hosted by the late Al Lewis, "Grandpa" from the 1960's sitcom "The Munsters") invited listeners to send in a postcard with your name and address, so that an inmate might have the opportunity to correspond with someone on the outside for moral support. I sent in a postcard with my name and address, and 11 years later here we are, waiting for a judge's decision. This could never have been possible without the work of Robert Boyle, Doug Walters, and the support of many of what Shane calls "the team". Why not send a note of encouragement to Shane? It only takes a few minutes to do, and feels much better than playing with a smart phone or watching TV.

Shane's address:

Mr. Shane Watson
DIN 93A9384
c/o Fishkill Correctional Facility
PO Box 1245
Beacon, NY
 
 
 
Thank you.
 
 
Shane and Paula Watson


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