A Step Closer to Freedom
The Board of Prison Terms granted me parole in today's hearing. This is only the first hurdle in my quest for physical freedom. In the next 90 to 120 days, my parole as to be approved by the parole board's Decision Review Unit and the governor before the prison can release me.
When the prison releases me, I still have to deal with the possible deportation issue. I'm not a U.S. citizen. Thus, I can be deported back to CHina. There are attorneys in place to help me in the INS dilemma.
I have confidence that things will work out accordingly. I'm patient and open. It's all about one day at a time.
My family is happy and excited at the positive outcome. I remain peaceful. I've been through the same thing in 1998 when I was granted parole. I will not celebrate until I'm physically out in the free world.
I want to extend my gratitude to everyone who has been supporting me, who prayed for me and believed in me. Without your unconditional and unwavering support, I would not have been in the position I am in today. I love all of you!