Friday, March 6, 2015

"I think I'm being asked to try another avenue of punishment when he's done his time, and that troubles me."

This letter is a summary of his journey from prison to halfway house to civil commitment,
an arbitrary process.

Mr. Krych shares even minor incidents to show that MN-MSOP residents aren't much different
than prison inmates. 

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014

Dear Honorable Keyes (latest on lawsuit)

This is the latest on Krych's lawsuit against the MN-MSOP (It is noted some of this material is already on this blog. However, since this is all the exhibits presented at once to judge Keyes:

Friday, March 7, 2014

The latest on Mr. Krych's ongoing legal battles 3/7/14

This is the latest development in Mr. Krych's fight for freedom. It seems the judge has issued a delay.

Mr. Krych offers up his "adjustment history" and asks why he was released in the first place only to re-incarcerate him:

Finally, Mr. Krych offers up a statement; The commitment process must be continuously justified.

All this is in light of a recent court ruling that found the MN-MSOP is "draconian." See MN-MSOP critic and blogger (and fellow supporter) Tom Enavstad in the video as well: