Animal Liberation Prisoner Alex Hall Arrives in a Colorado Federal Prison
But 650 Captive Mink Went Free
Two months after being sentenced to 21 months for an Animal Liberation Front
mink liberation, Alex Hall has arrived at a federal prison in Littleton,
Colorado. Hall was convicted for the release of 650 mink from the McMullin Fur
Farm in South Jordan, Utah.
Hall's "case manager" in Littleton has told him he "will be lucky" to get two
months in a halfway house, and that he can expect to be released no sooner than
December. Meanwhile, Hall's co-defendant, William Viehl, has been told he will
be released to a halfway house in September, despite being arrested only two
weeks before Hall. This arbitrary calculation of release dates based on the
personal and political biases of B.O.P. staff is not uncommon.
Please write Alex Hall during the last months of his incarceration at his new
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
9595 WEST QUINCY AVENUE
LITTLETON, CO 80123