For the last 12 years Kenneth Foster has been isolated in his cell for at least 22 hours per day either on death row - in solitary confinement (11 years) or for the last 1 year housed in the most restrictive unit possible at the McConnell Unit. I am happy to report that finally, after one year of having his sentence commuted he has been granted level G2 status and is in general population at the McConnell Unit. He is FINALLY allowed contact visits and he had his first today with his Grandfather. His Grandfather told me that he cannot describe in words the excitement that Kenneth had. He is also now assigned a job and is working in the kitchen. I will share more details as they arrive.
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