Skylar Walker of Pharm Aide Pharms was sentenced to five years in prison for moving cannabis that was legally grown in California through Texas. His farm in Colorado, where the product he was arrested with did not come from, was raided and over one million dollars worth of legally grown, recreational marijuana was confiscated by the DEA.
He is now housed at a Federal Prison Camp in Florida and his life is in danger due to the coronavirus pandemic.
He sleeps in a room with a dozen other men and they’re only allowed to shower once a week. They have no soap. And while they are being "quarantined" with all visitation suspended, they are still required to work for $0.13 a day. Despite being an ideal candidate for home confinement as a nonviolent, first time offender with a family, job, and a home to return to, Skylar remains incarcerated.