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March 11, 2009


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Tim Zinnecker

I'm delighted to see that someone from Prison Fellowship Ministries was invited to the table. The PFM home page is at this link:

Pat Nolan's full testimony is available at this link:

Patti Mackenzie

The Second Chance Act is a great idea but in Wisconsin there is NO starting over. It is literally and virtually impossible to pay your debt to society and make a fresh start because everyone that has committed a crime is doomed by Wisconsin's open circuit courts website. It was used to set-up, entrap and have me arrested. Now, I'm a felon but the gals who set me up knew that I would become a felon had I gotten arrested one more time since that is the law in WI. They knew perfectly well what the result would be. Thus I was set-up, arrested and thrown into prison for a year and a half. Now, I'm out. Did my time. BUT THERE WILL BE NO STARTING OVER FOR ME! NEVER IN THIS STATE. Since my arrest other states have expanded and set up legal case websites similar to WI's. Wisconsin was the first state to have such a website posted on the WWW. They put the site together with absolutely no regards to US Citizen's rights to privacy. I don't understand how they continue to have the website in existence when it violates the US Constitutional right to privacy of it's citizens!!!!!!

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