“We thought, maybe it’s about time we start showing some appreciation and concerns, and doing what little we can and show that even though we are removed from society, we are a part of it,” he said.
Wheat and a small group of convicts, most of whom will never set foot outside the prison’s walls, are now organizing a fund for the families of the Lakewood officers.
Lifer Herb Blumer earns less than 50 cents an hour making furniture for state offices. He wants to give all he can to the cause, realizing in a case like this it really is the thought that counts.
“I felt that this donation might be a message to let them know that we share their grief and we share their pain,” he said.
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