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Family Album: Dallas, TX. Circa 2008

Sincerely, Ferrell Damon Scott

Ferrell Damon Scott # 27797-177 was released on January 20th after serving 13 years of a life sentence for a nonviolent cannabis offense. After reuniting with his loving family in Texas, Ferrell has been enjoying watching his grandchildren play little league baseball and making up for lost time with his loved ones.

"Our family has been immensely affected by Ferrell's incarceration. We know this may sound cliche but he was literally the glue that held us together . He was a really good son, brother, uncle and friend to many in our community. He was a father figure to many of the kids who were without their fathers in their lives. He also coached his son's little league basketball team. If a kid needed sneakers, he furnished it and paid for the uniforms out of his own pocket, so the single parent would not have to be burdened with it. There is much more that I could say because we miss(ed) him and love(ed) him like no other. On behalf of our entire family and friends." - Sincerely, Marye Helen Scott

If you are able, please consider Rolling It Up for Justice. This week, when you donate a few extra bucks when you make your next Dad Grass purchase, we’ll match each donation through October 08. Donations go directly to The Last Prisoner Project’s clemency initiative which works to release cannabis prisoners and help families like the Scott's by helping them rebuild their lives post-incarceration. A small change can make a big impact, and every cent raised through the program gets us all closer to the day when every last cannabis prisoner is set free.

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