Kenneth Fisher
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Kenneth Fisher is a person with multiple disabilities. He has been subject to extreme medical negligence. In particular, despite the fact that he has a court order to receive medical treatment, the Bureau of Prisons are still refusing to provide him medical care.

  1. Collette Peters, Director and Chris Bina, Director of Health Services, Federal Bureau of Prisons, 320 First St., NW, Washington, DC 20534
  2. Heriberto Tellez, Director of South Central Region of Bureau of Prisons, 344 Armed Forces Dr #300, Grand Prairie, TX 75051
  3. Warden Rod Myers, Oakdale FCI 2, 2105 EAST Whatley Rd. Oakdale, LA 71463

Mr. Fisher would like people to know his full story, which can be found here. A copy of the court order can be found here.

Send letters of support to: Kenneth Fisher #13850-010, Oakdale FCI 2, P.O. Box 5010, Oakdale, LA 71463-5010

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