Tyre Means

In March of 2021 Tyre Means plead guilty to one count of arson and one count of possession of a stolen firearm. His charges stemmed from the May 30th, 2020 protests in downtown Seattle. At his sentencing Tyre was given a 5 year federal sentence. At his sentencing hearing, Tyre told the judge “the days of just rolling over to police brutality are over.” He likes to read and write, make poetry and rhymes and he says “this time that I am away from my family friends and loved ones is only making me stronger as a man. I have no regrets.”

Tyre Means 49981-086
USP Victorville 
US Penitentiary
PO Box 3900
Adelanto, CA 92301
  • Projected Release Date:  01/16/2025

Kelly Jackson

Kelly was arrested in September 2020 and accused of throwing 2 molotov cocktails at SPD cars during the may 30th 2020 demo in downtown Seattle. On Jan 6th, 2021 Kelly pled guilty to two counts of a possession of a destructive device. He was sentenced to 40 months in federal prison with another 3 years of supervised release after.

Kelly Jackson 50288-086
FCI Phoenix
Federal Correctional Institution
37910 N. 45th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85086
  • Projected Release Date: 03/12/2024*

Margaret Channon

Margaret was sentenced to 5 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to setting 5 cop cars on fire during the large protests in Downtown Seattle on May 29th, 2020.

Margaret Channon 49955-086 
FCI Aliceville
PO Box 4000
Aliceville, AL 35442
  • Projected release date 06/05/2026

Isaiah Willoughby

Isaiah Willoughby, was arrested and federally charged with one count of arson in connection to a fire at the Seattle Police Department East Precinct, was originally released in March 2022. Later that year he was re-incarcerated on a violation of his probation. You can listen his most recent interview on Kite Line, a weekly radio program and podcast about prison, here. He and others facing repression in the Pacific Northwest are supported by Puget Sound Prisoner Support.

Isaiah was recently released!