Sunday, November 30, 2008

Local reporter/blogger Jailed. Behind Bars for Good!

Just before Thanksgiving, and just in time for the holidays a warrant was issued for my arrest.

Now, I’ve been charged with aiding and abetting the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) with the intent of helping area residents living with muscular dystrophy. I'm asking for your help to bail out of jail. I’m locked-up and serving time for Jerry’s Kids, and I won’t be freed until I collect enough bail (donations) from my friends, associates and neighbors.

It’s easy to contribute to Jerry’s kids.

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I need to restore my “clean record” and hope you can make a $5 to $100 donation before Thursday.

Of course, this is the MDA’s annual fundraiser and I need your help to reach my bail goal of $1600 dollars.

This year’s MDA Goodwill Ambassador is 12-year-old Aaron Armijo. He’s a 6th grade Roosevelt Middle School student, who loves math and sports. We both have a passion for Lobo sports, the NE Patriots, and pizza.

Aaron told me he hopes you help me get out of jail. He assures everyone that the MDA is a good cause. Aaron says with your donations helps him to a UNM-H clinic every six months.

Please bail be out NOW.

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With your help they may even let me out on good behavior. During this holiday season take a moment to give what you can.

Your 100% tax-deductible donation will help MDA continue research into the cause and the possible cure of the 43 neuromuscular diseases they cover. Your support of the MDA Lock-Up will also help MDA provide medical equipment, clinic visits, support groups and a magical week of MDA Summer Camp for the families served by the Association in our local area.

If you have any questions feel free to email me at or call the MDA at 505.823-1331.

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Your donation is my key to freedom! Be proud of the fact that together we're providing help and hope to kids and adults served by MDA in our community.

Thanks for making a difference!

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