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Message From Ajay - December 2021

 Dear Family, Friends, Supporters and Well-Wishers,

I received a letter from someone I never met. She learned about me through a friend who know about my case. She had read my story and the facts behind it, believed I was innocent, and expressed her sincere support for my cause. Needless to say, I was very grateful for her letter. 2021 was another difficult year for everyone. It was for me as well. I want to thank those who reached out and wrote me this year. Your letters of love, encouragement and care gifted me the sanity and strength I needed; and your thoughtfulness helped calm my emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion. Thank you too to those who have continually prayed for me and kept me in your thoughts. And a special thanks to those who shared my story and acted on my behalf to keep my story alive. I am extremely grateful.

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Message From Ajay - December 2020

Dear Family, Friends, Supporters and Well-Wishers,

I hope this letter finds you strong in determination, spirit, and health. This is my tenth public letter since my incarceration in June 2009. My last lengthy public letter was in March 2019. My previous letters to the public and the progress and facts into my case are available at this website: www.SeekingJusticeForTheInnocent.com I hope to give you some update since my last public letter.

Mule Creek prison is on “Modified Program” due to the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020. This modified program could continue until all the staff and inmates are vaccinated for COVID, which could go all the way until Spring/Summer of 2021, or even later. The two biggest setbacks for me have been not being able to see my children, family and friends for over 9 months and counting. Another setback is the delay it has caused into my case. Of course, not being able to see my love ones during this ordeal makes it even more challenging doing time. People need relationships and human touch. It is a big part of rehabilitation especially when one is isolated in a place like prison. It’s already the most loneliest and darkest place to be if you’re falsely accused and wrongfully convicted for a crime you never committed. This pandemic has only added to my loneliness from not being able to see my love ones. This virus is affecting people worldwide, and I hope you and your family are all staying safe and taking every precaution to stay healthy from this terrible virus. I share my sadness for those families who have lost their loved ones during this difficult time and pray for their healing.

 

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Message From Ajay October 2016

Dear Family, Friends, Well-Wishers and Supporters,

Hello! Sending you and your family my warmers greetings.

As you may know, I was falsely accused, wrongfully convicted and have been imprisoned for the past 7+ years. Some of you have asked me and my family if there is anything you can do for me and for my cause. My biggest court day since my incarceration is on Wednesday, October 19th. I am kindly and earnestly requesting for all of your presence in the courthouse followed with our peaceful march/vigil on that day. People have always come together in times of celebrations such as weddings, birthdays and holidays; and in times of sorrows such as death (funeral) and natural disasters. We come together as one and we should continue to do so.

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Message From Ajay Dev August 7, 2014

Dear Family, Friends, Supporters and Well-Wishers,

As I write to you it has been exactly 5 years ago to the day since I was sentenced to 378 years for a heinous crime I did not commit. I am still imprisoned in spite of my actual innocence and awaiting my appeal. The process of appeal is long and daunting.  Yet, I am thankful always for all of you who remember and believe in my innocence, and your acts of loyalty to truth, justice and overturning a wrongful conviction. I continue to be in need of your support and assistance in order to successfully obtain justice and freedom.

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Message From Ajay Dev December 2013

Ajay Dev

Dear Family, Friends, Supporters and Well-Wishers,

This letter comes to you with greetings of the Holiday season, peace and blessings. It has been since June 2011 that I have last written to you. Sadly, silence is often times easier, especially when I have been struggling with what to say – it is impossible to adequately express the pain and anguish I am experiencing in writing and I am not good at putting on a false façade. With God’s grace I have found the strength to write you now and hope you will welcome it in its fullness.

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Ajay's Tragedy

Ajay Dev was born in Kathmandu Nepal. His father and mother were born and grew up in Southern Nepal and Northern India. They were farmers, living in mud houses with thatched roofs and no running water or electricity. His father was a gifted student and through his academic abilities was given scholarships to attend college.

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June 2011 Message From Ajay

Dear Family, Friends, Supporters and Well Wishers,

From the depths of my heart, I yearn for peace and freedom. It is with a touch of sadness then that I open this letter with a renewed sense of beginning and hope to plead for your help. June 25, 2011 marks two years of incarceration for a crime that I did not and could never commit. The Advocates for Ajay Team and our supporters will be organizing a peaceful demonstration and rally sometime this coming July. Your participation at this event is essential and most appreciated.

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December 2010 Message From Ajay

Dear Family, Friends and Well Wishers:

Happy holidays to you in this season of thanksgiving and celebration. May you and your families experience the love and joy of the season throughout the coming New Year.

I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for your love, support and kindness this past year. Thank you very much for your letters and gifts, your attendance at the marches and press conferences, and for signing the petition of support. In spite of the difficulty, we are making progress in exposing the unfairness in the Yolo County Justice System.

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June 2010 Message From Ajay

Dear Family, Friends and Well Wishers:

This June 25, 2010 marks one year since the worst miscarriage of justice that has occurred against me and my family. It has been tremendously difficult as the wounds of betrayal, injustice and the loss of my freedom are still very fresh.

In the midst of our tragedy, Peggy, our families and many of you are resolute and continue to stand beside me. Thank you! Many of you have labored tirelessly to pursue justice. You have all been a great strength of love and encouragement. I could not have survived this past year without you. As you know, Peggy and I now have two beautiful sons. The prison authorities will not let me have contact visits with my children due to the type of conviction. This has been devastating. I miss my older son tremendously and I have not even seen or held my little 4 month old son . I guess it’s fair to say I am missing my sons terribly.

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December 2009 Message From Ajay

Dear Family, Friends and Well Wishers,

I write this letter from a prison where I have been wrongly incarcerated for the past six months for a crime I did NOT commit. This letter comes to you with greetings of love, peace and blessings, may your spirit welcome it in its fullness.

The Holiday season is fast approaching, and I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2010. I have received 600+ letters from many of you since my conviction. Each and every letter is near and dear to my heart, and I thank you for your love, support, prayers and warm thoughts from the bottom of my heart. Many of you have written to me wanting to know how I am coping, the difficulties I am experiencing, what you  can all do to ease my discomfort and pain. First, please know that all your support you have shown by reaching out to me and my family, coming to participate in peaceful marches, and your letters of support have all come with a tremendous amount of appreciation. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart, and I have been humbly touched.

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