This document was first created on Friday, July 31, 2009
and was most recently revised on Thursday, June 26, 2014.
This collection of letters, sworn legal declarations,
affidavits, and other documents, is a sampling of hundreds from around
the world spanning decades. It attests to the consistency of Free
Lazor's lifelong exceptional character and confirms notable achievements
and events in his life. These documents, many of them sent to the
courts and parole boards urging Lazor's release based on innocence, paint
a uniquely interesting life portrait and personal profile.
| ^ ||Letters from the Community|
This is a mere sampling of over 250 letters written by a cross-section
of society's most honorable citizens of high standing who have intimately
known Mr. Lazor and his lifelong character. Notably, hundreds of
more recent letters and affidavits attest to these same traits of honesty,
integrity, and character, after 29 years of being wrongfully imprisoned.
They are a verification of the credibility, character, honesty and trustworthiness
of Free Lazor.
| ^ ||Letters, Legal Declarations, and Affidavits, Generally|
Letters, legal declarations, and affidavits, generally from 1983 through
2011, showing the same consistent character and history throughout
| ^ ||Parole Letters from Other Prisoners|
Mr. Lazor isn't one to harmonize with prison social life, generally.
However, of the few friends that he's made among the prison population,
and those with whom he's worked closely on prison jobs, a few have written
letters that are relevant to his conduct in prison.
| ^ ||Parole Letters from CDC Staff Members|
The names of some CDC staff members are edited on these documents,
for their own protection.