Demetrius Flenory aka “Big Meech,” the head of the multi million dollar drug cartel, Black Mafia Family got a huge break off his 30-year sentence.
Two months ago, Demetrius Flenory wrote a two-page letter to president Barack obama, begging the president to pardon him because, most murderers, rapists, and child molesters got much less time than non-violent drug offenders. The punishments don’t fit the crimes when it comes to these drug laws and sentences”
Pardon granted by president barack obama
Offenses: Drug trafficking, money laundering
District: Southern district of florida
Terms of Grant, Pardon recipient is granted a full pardon for the above charged offenses, conditioned upon the following terms: 1) the pardon recipient shall waive and release any and all claims, demands, rights, and causes of action of whatsoever kind and nature against the United States of America, its agents, servants, and employees, including any actions challenging his convictions or sentence; and 2) the pardon recipient shall not accept or otherwise receive any financial benefit, directly or indirectly, in any manner or amount, from any book, movie, or other publication or production, in any form or media, about his situation.
Demetrius Flenory will be out of federal custody by 11/29/16, According to federal records.
Former Black Mafia Family head Demetrius Flenory aka “Big Meech” penned a jailhouse letter to Russell Simmons, in which he pleads with the music mogul to ask President Obama to issue a pardon. Meech points to the case of Fugees artist John Forte, who in 2008, with the help of Carly Simon, was able to successfully secure a pardon despite being in prison for a drug conviction.
“Most murderers, rapists, and child molesters get much less time than non-violent drug offenders. The punishments don’t fit the crimes when it comes to these drug laws and sentences,” Meech writes.
Part of a 2009 New York State revision made sentencing retroactive, which allows more than 1,000 inmates the opportunity to apply to a court for resentencing and possible release. This is what spurred Big Meech to contact Simmons in the hope that he’ll go to bat for him.
“Entertainers have used certain drug dealers or street people for street credibility,” Meech writes.
Meech uses T.I. as an example of what he could accomplish as a free man, pointing out the rapper’s “9 or 10 million dollars [T.I.] made the government before he did his first year in prison with his ‘Countdown to Lockdown’ television show,” he writes. “If I was home to take care of all of the legitimate opportunities that my fiance and I have, I could do just as much, if not more.”