FREE Kendrick Fulton


Kendrick Fulton is being sent to county jail! Why? Because he lost his housing.

Kendrick has spent the past two years at home after being released from federal prison on home confinement. He’s been reconnecting with his children, excelling at work where he even got a promotion, going to church, and being a valuable member of his community. Kendrick even got to spend Christmas with his mother for the first time in almost two decades.

Kendrick was getting ready to move to Dallas for a new job opportunity. He had put in a request for the transfer Monday, but his interim housing fell through. And because the Bureau of Prisons doesn’t allow people with more than a year left on their sentence to stay in a halfway house, Kendrick is being sent to JAIL while awaiting approval for his move.

This is not a humane solution. Kendrick has loved ones who are willing to take him in until his transfer is approved. They are begging now to keep him out of jail. 

The Bureau of Prisons has the power to allow Kendrick to continue his life, and secure new housing, but instead, they have chosen to throw him back in a cage.

Take action, sign the petition! Tell the Bureau of Prisons to KEEP KENDRICK HOME!

Below is the letter we will send to Michael Carvajal, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons:

Here is the Petition:

Dear Director Michael Carvajal,

We are writing to you to demand that the Federal Bureau of Prisons release Kendrick Fulton from custody immediately, and return him to home confinement. 
Kendrick is being sent to county jail for an indefinite amount of time. Not because he violated the terms of home confinement, or harmed anyone, but because he lost his housing accommodation. 

Kendrick has spent the past two years at home after being released from federal prison on home confinement. He’s been reconnecting with his children, excelling at work where he even got a promotion, going to church, and being a valuable member of his community. Kendrick even got to spend Christmas with his mother for the first time in almost two decades.

He was getting ready to move to Dallas for a new job opportunity. He had put in a request for the transfer Monday, but his interim housing fell through. And because the Bureau of Prisons doesn’t allow people with more than a year left on their sentence to stay in a halfway house, Kendrick is being sent to JAIL while awaiting approval for his move.

This is not a humane solution. Kendrick has loved ones who are willing to take him in until his transfer is approved. They are begging now to keep him out of jail. 

We know that people will always have a better chance at surviving and thriving when at home and surrounded by family and community. The Bureau of Prisons has the power to allow Kendrick to continue his life, and secure new housing, but instead, you have chosen to throw him back in a cage.

We demand Kendrick is released today!