Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Deborah Leff, Pardon Attorney, Asked to Submit Commutation Petition for Ramiro Muniz BEFORE Leaving

January 28, 2016

 Ms. Deborah Leff
Pardon Attorney
145 N Street NE Room 5E.508
Washington, DC 20530

            Re:      Immediate Submission Sought for the Petition for Commutation of Sentence
for Ramiro R. Muñiz, 40288-115

Dear Ms. Leff:
We are disheartened to read of your resignation in Josh Gerstein’s article, “Obama’s Pardon Attorney Resigns” POLITICO Mag., 15 Jan. 2016.

The National Political Campaign for the Freedom of Ramiro Muñiz urges you to submit the Petition for Commutation of Sentence for Ramiro R. Muñiz, to President Barack Obama BEFORE YOU LEAVE.  

Muñiz, a non-violent man with good conduct, is 73 years of age. He has degenerative health conditions and he is confined to a wheelchair 90% of the time. He has worked for 21 years to have the Office of the Pardon Attorney submit his petition to the President.

Mexican Americans, Hispanics, and Latinos ask what it was about the petition, good prison conduct, age and health issues that prevented Ramsey Muñiz from being granted his freedom. Why did President Obama consistently disregarded the pleas of the Hispanic community in the United States?

If it were not for the fact that the three strikes enhancement was misapplied on a non-violent man (which violated the spirit and the letter of the law), Muñiz would have served the full term of his sentence two years ago.

We believed in the Clemency Project that was announced by Eric Holder, former Attorney General. We now ask if this program is genuine, knowing that to this day we have not been contacted by a Clemency Project attorney as we had been informed.

I thank you for your assistance and await your reply.



Wednesday, December 2, 2015

The Healing Power of Tea

In studying our ancient history and culture, I was so impressed with ancient writings that described  the healing power of hot tea. Our ancient ancestors grew plants with leaves that were known to be medicinal. They picked leaves off different plants and trees, and used them as remedies for various symptoms -- fever, colds, aches, and muscle pain.  This is why they lived to be older than any other on this earth.

I  recall that my own grandmother, Rosa, was a medical healer  who lived to be 104. I was with her when she died, and I remember embracing her for hours until they removed me. I did not want to let her go.

Now Grandma comes into this oppressive mode of darkness and gives me life like you have no idea. She even states that one day soon we shall be free.

When you or family members become ill, the most important thing to do is to drink hot tea, because it comes from the earth. It is a spiritual gift from God. Drink it with a squeeze of lemon juice and nothing else.  Pray as you consume the tea, asking God to heal you. For breathing, place Vic’s on the outside edge of your nostrils. Rub the bottom of your feet with Vic’s and wear socks.

In doing this, you will learn of the miraculous gifts given to us by God.


Monday, February 9, 2015

Loving Family Spirits on El Dia de Los Muertos

            How long has it been since we have reflected on that which unites us with our history, culture, ancestors, and families? For how long will society eradicate the true importance of this glorious and special day?  Family members who have gone into the realm of the "fleshless," to be in ancient spirituality with all our noble ancestors, await us. 
Over five hundred years have passed since the time that those who refused to see the truth, rejected the notion of our communing with the spirit world.  History accurately and truthfully revealed that friars and Jesuit priests, upon their arrival in our world, immediately studied our ancestors' religious customs, rituals, and beliefs. As these priests experienced astounding revelations, they gradually discovered the power of our ancient spirituality which has forever been the base and foundation of our culture!
During this time of religious festivities, one can only imagine the feelings of the religious invaders as they experienced the rejoicing, dancing, and beauty of our rituals flowing through the heart of the land.  Such power and beauty disturbed the faith of the friars and Jesuits. 
Listen closely, for my destiny is to speak the true history.  There is a day pertaining to our religious culture, which connects nature, the earth, and heaven.  It is a day when we realize the true essence of cosmic visions, which prove that we are truly a part of mother earth, heaven, and the spiritual realm. On that day, the veil that separates the living from the dead is removed, and we are reunited with the loving spirits of our ancestors, forefathers, and deceased family members.  It is a day of rejoicing, communing, sharing, praying, fasting, and meditating with our family members who now reside in Ilhuicatlitic, the heavens, because we share our ancestral spirituality on earth.  It is a day that truly brings us together with our past It is so religious and spiritually powerful, that even five hundred years ago priests like Sahagun, Torquemada, Molina, Duran, and others realized the power of Teotleco -- the arrival of the gods.  They witnessed the spiritual ancestral power granted from the past to the present and future on El Día De Los Muertos.
History reveals that invaders and society began to taint the meaning of this day with ominous misconceptions, stripping us of our cultural foundation -- the spiritual communing between heaven and earth.  The destruction of our cultural beliefs on this day deteriorated to the point that eventually society displaced the importance and value of Teotleco and El Dia De Los Muertos, and made it a day embedded with monsters, goblins and appearances of evil omens.  It replaced the day of remembrance of our ancestors, and family members who have transcended into heaven.     
Was it by choice, or ignorance?  Do we continue to permit the devious subtle destructive present day society to destroy the truthful and spiritual meaning of this day?  The destruction of our cultural knowledge and remembrance of that special time was replaced with a prank filled celebration -- a day now commercially referred to as Halloween.  It is now a night spent in the wearing of masks immortalizing pagans, evil omens, celebrities and presidents. They can have their Halloween, and its concepts. 
The time has come for us as spiritual people to remove masks of misconceptions and ruses, and behold the glorious days of Teotleco on El Dia de los Muertos, in which we honor our loving family members in heaven. We pray, sing, and acknowledge God’s spiritual gifts that do not change, for the love of our families will always reside in our hearts.

Ramsey and Family

Grandmother Rosa and I Prayed for the Healing of Others

Grandmother Rosa was and continues to be God's spiritual healer. I say spiritual because I was so young, yet old enough to understand, stare into her face, and feel her heart when she was asked to heal the sick in the neighborhood. She would prepare her remedies and I was always the one that she would take. I carried her medical bag and she would make sure that I witnessed every step that she took in preparing and giving the healing remedies. Afterwards I would kneel next to her and she would begin praying for a great amount of time. She would tell the patient that my innocence as a child had been God-sent for his/her recovery. Grandmother Rosa would ask me to hold my two hands on the forehead of the person who was ill, and ask God to heal him/her, and I prayed. Now Grandmother Rosa is healing me and praying with me. In my spiritual dreams she prays right beside me. I am not the same man that they unlawfully imprisoned 21 years ago. My experiences with my grandmother, Rosa, have brought my childhood memories back, helping me remember that that I was spiritually blessed from the time of my youth.


Sunday, May 4, 2014

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo 2014

"Ramsey, my son, it is evident and soon history will reveal to the present and past generations your contributions and sacrifices in the political , cultural and spiritual struggle for truth and justice, to the extent that you sacrificed your freedom, personal interests, family, and happiness."  Dr. Salvador Alvarez

Dr. Andres Guerrero, author and graduate of Harvard School of Divinity, is writing a book on the background, life, and imprisonment of Ramsey Muñiz. Having been led by the spirit of God, he traveled to Leavenworth, Kansas to find him chained and struggling to hold the phone with his hands. It is true. Ramsey Muñiz is suffering. He has suffered like no other for 21 long years, unjustly incarcerated in the prisons of American.  Ramsey writes the following:

After 21 years of unjust imprisonment, suffering, pain in the prisons of America, it is with great love and honor to share feelings of pride about El Cinco de Mayo, a historical and spiritual day of remembrance about our ancestors.

It is written historically that 153 years ago, our Mexican brothers and sisters demonstrated to the entire world what it is to have valor, courage, pride, love, and spirituality. They defended their honor by giving their lives. They showed the world the greatest and most powerful gifts from God, which are freedom, justice, and love!

In May of 1862, a powerful French army forced its way into Mexico with destruction. The strong French army was at its best. It was well-armed, disciplined, destroying all resistance as they marched into Mexico City.  They hoped to force the Mexican government honor previous debts and give up their pride. 

Outside the town of Puebla, an amazing event took place.  Mexican soldiers, with poor equipment and little training, defeated the world’s most powerful French army.  This battle came to be known as The Battle of Puebla, which was a battle for freedom, land, existence, and the defense of human rights.

The Battle of Puebla has been remembered and celebrated every Cinco de Mayo for the last 153 years! We take great pride in this historical event and we honor the men and women who defended the rights given to us by God from the time of our birth: freedom –-- justice –-- land ---- and love.

We continue to struggle for freedom – justice -- and love.  It is difficult to have these qualities today. For this reason we honor our ancestors for the sacrifice that they made with their lives so that on this day we could be free – politically, culturally, and spiritually.

Although my family and I experience suffering, sorrow, sadness, and imprisonment, we remain centered in who we are. We maintain love for God, love for ourselves, and love for our families. We treasure the spiritual family unity that our people are known to have.  

We take pride in the spirit of our ancestors. Through their heroic actions they demonstrated dignity and courage, which we inherited from them, for we believe in God’s gifts of freedom, justice, and love!

Que Viva El Cinco de Mayo!

Con mucho corazon,
Ramsey y Irma Muñiz y Familia