The origins and aims of the Last Prisoner Project are getting a larger audience. Forty thousand inmates locked up on weed charges couldn’t be more excited about this.
“Last Prisoner Project isn’t the first group to try to get nonviolent offenders free, but it’s probably the most connected, thanks to [Steve] DeAngelo.”
- “I was just struck by the disparity of sitting at the table with people, and we were talking about tons of legal cannabis, and nobody at that table had the slightest fear of any kind of legal intervention,” DeAngelo told the magazine. “Meanwhile, my friend Chuck is sitting in prison behind bars for a very, very tiny fraction of the amount of cannabis that we were talking about.”