Some of the Current Support for Ross
"Ross Ulbricht is a hero, worthy of our praise, whose virtues we ought to cultivate in ourselves. He deserves our respect for his courage to break the law." @RealRossU
— Students For Liberty (@sfliberty) August 2, 2018
Hey Ross — I’ve signed your petition.
You have very clearly been treated unfairly by our criminal justice system and my heart is with you and your family.
Next time I am in Colorado, I’d like to come visit and help if I can.
— Sen. Eric Brakey (@SenatorBrakey) August 11, 2018
When I win election to the US Senate this November, I will definitely raise the issue with the President.
— Sen. Eric Brakey (@SenatorBrakey) September 10, 2018
The government has dropped "murder for hire" charges against Ross Ulbricht, the young man who got life in prison for running the bitcoin-for-drugs market "Silk Road".
The "murder for hire" charge made people hate Ross — but it may have been totally fabricated. #FreeRoss pic.twitter.com/eAGEEQlDTB
— John Stossel (@JohnStossel) July 26, 2018
Here's a shortened explanation from today's show on why you need to sign the petition to get Ross Ulbricht pardoned
— David Knight (@libertytarian) July 26, 2018
This is a chance for @realDonaldTrump to do the right thing and pardon Ross Ulbricht. @EricTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr @IvankaTrump @jaredkushner @RandPaul @Judgenap @Kaepernick7 @Dennis_Kucinich @MarthaStewart @SnoopDogg @rustyrockets @billmaher @thetweetofgod https://t.co/tfG4Ivhtbr
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) July 26, 2018
I found out about Bitcoin from an article on Silk Road. Whatever you think of Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, creator of Silk Road, does not deserve a life sentence w/o the possibility of parole. Please join me to sign the petition: https://t.co/ln7BeGuoWR #FreeRossPetition @Free_Ross
— Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] (@SatoshiLite) July 20, 2018
Zcoin supports the @Free_Ross petition to pardon Ross Ulbricht who was sentenced harshly with a double life. His trial & investigation was rife with abuse and also charges that were dropped were still unfairly factored into his sentencing. #FreeRoss https://t.co/egWE7jJum1
— Zcoin (@zcoinofficial) August 22, 2018