January 27, 2014

Mrs. Irma Muñiz
National Committee to Free Ramsey Muñiz
PMB 216 5403 Everhart Road
Corpus Christi, TX 78411

Dear Mrs. Muñiz:

On behalf of the Mexican American Democrats of Texas (MAD of Texas), I respectfully submit
this letter support you and the National Committee to Free Ramsey Muñiz’ tireless work on
behalf of Mr. Muñiz’ release. Our statewide organization has twenty-two chapters across the
state of Texas. MAD of Texas met at the annual convention in Austin, Texas on September 28,
2013 and passed a resolution in support of Mr. Muñiz’ “Commutation of Sentence and
Compassionate Release”. The MAD of Texas Resolution states the following:

“MAD joins the growing list of organizations and individuals that support efforts
by the National Committee to Free Ramiro "Ramsey" Muñiz in seeking his
immediate freedom. Furthermore, MAD requests he be released under the
auspices of President Obama’s Compassionate Release Program. Muñiz, who
advocated for civil and human rights has been imprisoned for over twenty years.
Prior to his imprisonment, Muniz was a distinguished football star and scholar,
having been awarded a full scholarship to Baylor University where he served as
an officer of the Fellowship Christian Athletes. Ramsey Muñiz received a
Bachelor of Arts & Science Degree in Political Science, and Juris Doctorate
Degree from Baylor School of Law. He was a successful attorney who later
became the first Mexican American to run for Governor of Texas.”


Steve Salazar
Steve Salazar
State Chair
MAD of Texas

Roberto R. Alonzo
Roberto R. Alonzo
National Spokesperson
MAD of Texas

Mexican American Democrats of Texas 400 S. Zang Blvd., Suite 810, Dallas, Texas 75208