wishing you health and strengh .....
One of my favorite photos of Glenn...
All those who now know your story wish you all the best in the world.
God bless you Mr. Ford! I'll be sharing your story with others so they can donate and pray for you.
I am trying to reach you. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can or write me at my home address.
I don't know what to say. It's just not fair. How can you just get released, and then find out you have lung cancer? I cannot believe how outrageous it is that the Attorney General's office is denying your just compensation.
I wrote to you through Gary Clements, but I never heard back from you or Gary Clements. Perhaps you did not get my letter. I should have tried harder to contact you. I thought you may have left Louisiana.
I do care, and I want to help you if I can.
Hoping you have a sense of peace and some measure of contentment.
I may be a stranger, but I am your sister, wishing you well, love, and light.
I am so deeply saddened that this "justice system" has failed you. It is not fair, we as people who love will do anything to help you, my dear brother
Mr.Ford i am so sorry to hear about the injustice you are going through to be imprisoned for 30years and then this ,my prayers are with you my brother and remember God is with you and loves you.
Hi, I just donated to your fund. I am praying for a miracle for your health to get better and to have beautiful final years in this world. Not days! What they did to you is unforgivable but belief there are people that are loving you as a human and all you stand for. MAY GOD BLESS YOU, with his highest blessing and favor.
All my best,
I saw the video of you meeting Monty Stroud and I was astounded; your story tells the full gamut of humanity - from the worst to the best. I wish I could turn back time for you; I'm sure many people do, too. I've donated to your fund, shared it with my friends and family and am now sending you all the love and strength and peace I have.
With all my love
God Bless you inspire me. I love you. thanks for being you
Man that sucks, cant even began to put in words what you must be feeling. I hope that you do well in the rest of your stay in this life along with the next.
I read your story today at work. If I hadn't been at work I would have cried.
I was feeling sorry for myself this morning, like I've been unlucky in some parts of my life. I felt embarrassed for feeling that way after I read your story. You present so much grace in the face of such profound and unimaginable injustice.
I am so sorry that this happened to you. I just want to wrap you up in kindness and pour love over you. You deserve so much healing, so much support. You didn't deserve this, you deserved justice, you still deserve justice, you will always deserve justice. I wish I could meet you, I would just want to hug you.
I will think of you when I feel sorry for myself. I will think if there are ways that I can help those who have experienced injustice.
I love you.
This story truly saddens my heart. I hope you get the justice you deserve!!!
When the challenges that you face appear greater than you are able to manage it is essential that your focus remains on God. He has, regardless of what you face, the authority and the power to provide you with the victory. He will determine your outcome.
I will never forget what happened to you and i will keep you in our prayers! - STAY STRONG !
Dear Mr Ford,
Thank you, thank you thank you. You have been taken from us for 30 years, but now I hear your words and see your beautiful face and I and many others are Blessed beyond words. You are a teacher and have gifted the world with what it so badly needs, lessons of the heart, hard lessons of love and truth. I made a donation, sent out the word to my friends and family, and promise to continue to educate and march and work for justice, for our children's sake. You are my hero. Thanks again, and love from my heart to yours.
Everyday I go to this website to see how you are doing. Your life inspires me and I will educate students to understand to change this system of slavery called incarceration. I read that you did some drawing while wrongly incarcerated. There is a church here in Chicago that has a gallery of artwork from people who have been imprisoned. Is your art something you hope to sell? Or is it something that might be in a collection for your grandchildren?
I do not wish to bother you so maybe a volunteer could get back to me. I wish you a peace that surpasses understanding.
please let me know if you get this message
Glenn called me last week (on Thursday, April 30th). I asked if I could come visit with him sometime soon, and Glenn said that would be great.
We set a date for me to come to visit him in New Orleans this Friday, May 8th and Saturday, May 9th; however, I've caught a cold over this past weekend, and I don't think it would be wise to expose Glenn to whatever I have. Also, I would not be very good company if I continue to feel run down.
I tried to call Glenn several times yesterday, but I only got his voice mail. I left him a message about rescheduling our visit, but I haven't heard back from him.
Could you please check with Glenn and see if we could reschedule my visit for Friday, May 15th and Saturday, May 16th. I hope to be well by then.
Please let me know via email or you can call me.
So sorry for the injustice you have endured.
The world knows and many are praying for you.
I read your story on Facebook, I was deeply moved by what i saw and heard. I recently cared for my twin sister who was diagnosed with terminal cancer and i know how tough it can be, without the amazing support that i had from friends and the NHS in the UK there is no way i could have got through it. I know how important it is to find the joy in every day. I will be donating towards your fund, i hope you find joy. I send you many blessings and heart felt love for your path. x Emma
Take care Glenn. Stay strong. You have inspired many.
I'm sorry for your suffering. I hope that helps prevent others from making the same mistake again.
Wishing you peace and love.
God bless you Mr Ford <3
I would encourage you to thoroughly research the Gerson diet for cancer. Seriously, study it.
Ever since I heard about your story the other day, I couldn't stop thinking about it. I wish I could donate more to your fund but I'm only a college student working as a host. Maybe someday soon I can donate a little more! I'm so sorry this happened to you. The American justice system can truly be something else. You're a strong man--mentally and physically. I wish only the best for you.
I don't know you and I am from the other side of the world. But I read your story on Facebook and was deeply moved. There are no words that can make up for this tragedy and the injustice you have suffered. I imagine that with your diagnosis you are tempted to think on all you have not been able to do, given the years that were taken from you. But please know this. In what you have faced and in the noble way you have confronted it, you have deeply touched many hearts, even among those that will never meet you. You have reminded us how important it is to dedicate some part of our lives to seeking justice and bringing compassion to others. In this way, as well as all that you must mean to family and friends, you have had a huge impact on lives across our common world. I pray for you and thank you reminding us what matters in life. God bless you Glenn.
Thanks for sharing.. .. You are a strong man - mentally and physically.
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Hello Team Glenn,
I want to say thank you and let you know how much your support for Glenn has personally inspired and pulled me through these times. The need to form community and participate in it is evident in the way you all gathered around Glenn and in so many ways were able to share the love.
I am in Chicago and celebrated Glenn's life by attending mass at Kolbe House, a Catholic mission house dedicated to people who are incarcerated and their families. It was beautiful and I brought a picture of Glenn with me and afterward while sharing a meal everyone there heard Glenn's story and heard about Team Glenn.
Again and again Glenn continuesto touch people's lives with his truth.
I am continuing to work on the short film for GLenn's family. In addition I will keep you updated.
I'm so sorry to hear of Glenn's death. I hope he is at peace now, after such a brutal life. Hopefully, we can learn from what he had to endure to make those who work in US justice more able to pursue the truth, rather than be blinded by the rush of an 'easy' conviction. Sending love to all those who looked after Glenn for his 16 months of freedom and Glenn, may you always walk free