Cedric Johnson
To All Who May Be Interested

I’m Innocent!
I’m a Real Political Prisoner.

My name is Cedric Johnson. I am a 57-year-old Black American out of Watts, Los Angeles. I’ve been knowingly, wrongfully and unlawfully prosecuted, convicted, and dumped on Death Row. Because of my politics, because of my Black consciousness, because I believe in self-determination – I’ve been targeted.

I was the seed (unseen hand) behind the Watts Gangs Truce in late 1991. The seed to move for the Watts Gang Truce came from my consciousness to save young men’s lives, like Robert Griffith Jr. a.k.a. Lil Lobo (RIP) the nephew of the late track star Flo-Jo (RIP) who I think died from a broken heart. I had the support and trust of dudes across the cities of Los Angeles.

I’m known to be sharp, intelligent, sincere, dedicated, trustworthy, committed, and loyal. I’m looking for the same qualities in individuals who wish to help me. Please peruse some of my documents below. Also, send a Clemency Request to Governor Gavin Newsom at this address: gov.ca.gov/ Clemency.

Please contact me at the address below.


I’m Innocent!
I’m a Real Political Prisoner.

Cedric Johnson

Please read about my fight for freedom!
To Senate Judicial Committee Aug 13, 2023
To Governor Newson – May 14, 2023
Habeas Corpus Case No. TA037977 Response – May 5, 2023
To Governor Newson – February 22 , 2023
To Patricia Guerrera, CA. Chief Justice – February 2023
To Gov. Newsom, Janai Norman GMA, Bob Woodward WP – 2022
Gov. Legal Affairs – February 2023
Susan E. Lawrence MP, Esq. – October 2022
Letter to CA Governor Newsom – September 2022
Letter to State Public Defender – September 2022
Letter to California Innocence Project – September 2022
Response from California Innocence Project – July 2022
Response from State Public Defender – September 2022
Letters to Supreme Court Clerk – September 2022
Letters to Innocence Project – August 2022
Letters to Governor Newsom (2) – August 2022
Letters to Governor Newsom – August 2022
Response to California Innocence Project 7/28/2022
Letter from California Innocence Project 7/21/2022
Response to April Boelk Automatic Appeals Unit Supervisor 7/20/2022
Letter from April Boelk Automatic Appeals Unit Supervisor 7/27/2022
To Chief Justice & Associate Justices
To All The Worthy
To Gayle King – CBS Morning News
To Those Concerned
To Hassan ESQ
Letter to Hassan G. Esg
Letter from Hassan G. Esg
Response from Innocence Project
Letter to Public Defender Hassan Esq
Civil Rights
A Synopsis of my Deliberate False & Unlawful Imprisonment
Letters to California State Assembly
The Just & Humble
Christmas 1997
Letters from my Lawyer
Response from US Senator
Travesty of Justice 1
Travesty of Justice 2
Letter to Innocence Project
Letter to Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye (2)
Letter to Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye (1)
Letter to Potus – Joe Biden
Letter to CA Supreme Court
K.P.F.A. 94.1
Letter to Warden Bloomfield
Letter to Atty. Nina Wilder
Letter to the Clerk of CA Supreme Court
Parole Appeal
Feller Out
Formal Letter of Protest
Hunger Strike
Response to Article
Letters to CA Governor Newsom
Letter to US Senator Feinstein
Letter to Atty. General Ashcroft
Letter to CA Atty. General Becerra
Letter to Inspector General Barton
Letter to CA Senator Scott Weiner
Racism Endemic in Judicial System
Letter to Sec. of CDCR Ralph Diaz
Letter to GQ Magazine
Letter to Prison Law Office
Complaint Against CDCR
Letter to Pres. Donald Trump
Center for Conflict Resolution
Post Conviction Justice Project
Letter to LA District Atty. Gascon
Letter to Sec. of CDCR Allison
Letter to San Quentin Warden Bloomfield
Society Reflections

Personal Information

Sex: Male
Race: Black
D.O.B.: 1/26/1966
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 198 lbs.
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Convicted of: 2 Murders
Lenght of sentence: Death Row
Incarceration date: 1996
Current release date: Unknown

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Cedric Johnson K-61104
PO BOX 3466

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