|By PR Newswire||
|August 25, 2014 08:45 AM EDT||
SANFORD, Fla., Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Andrew Tahmooressi, an honorably discharged Marine, was on his way to a medical facility near the San Diego, CA – Mexican border to get treatment for PTSD – (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Andrew took a wrong turn and ended up crossing the Mexican border carrying firearms that were legally registered in the United States.
He was arrested and has been moved to 3 jails.
Highly talented but expensive defense lawyers are needed to gain Andrew's freedom. The US government appears to be unwilling to provide or pay for these lawyers.
The P.I.G. (Politically Incorrect Group) is going to help raise those needed funds.
The P.I.G. will donate 50% of the proceeds from any item – (T shirts, tank tops, hats, mugs) offered on www.politicallyincorrectgroup.com or from any P.I.G. events, to help gain Andrew's freedom.
Now, Andrew is in jail in Mexico, has been denied bail, and is being represented by a third attorney.
His mother, Jill Tahmooressi, appealed to the State Department.
"Andrew is not an issue. He is a grave, serious, urgent concern," his mother said.
Dave McDonald, owner of www.politicallyincorrectgroup.com says, "We can complain about our government not helping. We can wait for some activity from them. Something needs to happen now. The American people now have an opportunity to get involved. The American people can't be stopped when they get behind an important cause. Andrew Tahmooressi's freedom is that cause."
Andrew shouldn't be in jail, yet all of his life savings will be spent on his defense of an unintentional entry. This horrific experience has broken Andrew physically, emotionally and financially.
The American people can help liberate Andrew.
The Politically Incorrect Group is not ok with a decorated, combat wounded Marine being what they consider unfairly held in a Mexican jail.
Thank you in advance for your support.
For more information, contact:
Email or call Dave McDonald at: 321-251-0524
SOURCE Politically Incorrect Group
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