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On behalf of Sgt Derrick Miller, please help

Please see the letter below to the President, put in the mail yesterday.  Yes, it is my fourth letter to the President on behalf of Sgt. Derrick Miller.  After 3 years and many trips to the Congressional offices of Chris Van Hollen (who was Derrick’s Congressmen), and Elijah Cummings, who I personally witnessed make promise to Derrick’s mother he would do everything he could to help her son, we were not able to put together a Maryland Delegation to support the release of Sgt. Derrick Miller from Leavenworth.  The last trip to DC on Derrick’s behalf consisted of meetings with Congressmen who do not represent Maryland.  The compassionate Congressman from Texas, Rep Brian Babin, followed up on his promise and sent the President a letter on behalf of our Soldiers in Leavenworth and other concerning issues, such as the ROE’s.  We are so very grateful to him for his devotion to our military and his actions on their behalf.
I will continue to write the President in hopes that he will intervene to help Derrick get home to his family. I do not fault our President for his lack of action as I recall one lawyer who told me that once those doors of Leavenworth close on someone, it is very hard to open them. That is why we worked so hard to put together a Maryland Delegation to support our efforts.  I continue to believe one phone call from the very powerful Elijah Cummings to the President would go a long way to getting Derrick home.  Shame on him!
I ask you please to help us send a message to President Trump today on Derrick’s behalf.  Please twitter “Free Derrick Miller” to the President (@realDonaldTrump), or you can email, call or write him at 

Please help us get Derrick home to his mother and his two daughters, who miss him so much.  Please keep them all in your prayers.  
I have included my letter to the President below, it might help you compose one of your own.  Thank You.   
Beverly Perlson
The Band of Mothers
Ltr to President Trump:
7 February 2018
President Donald J Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC   20500
Dear President Trump,
I voted for you and I am so grateful for all the reverence and appreciation you are bringing to our military.  Our Troops finally have a Commander-in-Chief worthy of them, and thank you.
This is my fourth letter to you regarding Sgt. Derrick Miller, a three-time deployed Soldier who is currently serving a life sentence in Leavenworth.  Derrick volunteered for his last deployment, and in his efforts to protect his men and himself, he was ultimately sentenced to life in prison.
President Trump, I ask you again to show mercy toward Derrick and free him to go home to his family. Derrick acted to save the lives of his men. It is quite telling that at Derrick’s trial, many of the men who served with him attended and expressed their sadness at his conviction.  Soldiers don’t show that kind of loyalty and compassion to their comrades who they believe are murderers.  I know this, I raised a Soldier who served 4 deployments with the 82nd in this war.  
Mr. President, please intervene and release Derrick from the egregious life sentence he is serving. He has been in Leavenworth 8 long years.  If a traitor like Bowe Begdahl, who walked away from his brothers on the battlefield, is shown compassion and set free, surely a Soldier who acted to protect his Brothers should also be shown the same compassion and set free. 
We are so lucky, as a nation, to have such brave men as Sgt. Derrick Miller, who are willing to give their lives to keep us safe and free.  We should not abandon them when they take actions on the battlefield in hellish hot zones to protect their Brothers.  We should stand by our Sons!
With A Mother’s Heart,
Beverly Perlson
The Band of Mothers


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