“We have not seen our son for over a year, and the government is telling us we cannot see our son for TWO YEARS! Cameron has also been in solitary confinement for TWO YEARS! (For a non violent crime of possession),” they wrote. “As parents we are fighting back. Our son Cameron has been sentenced to 9 yrs., the longest sentence ever handed out by the Federal Government for a non violent crime of possession.
“PLEASE help us by forwarding this petition after signature, to anyone you know who would like to help the cause.” (The petition linked to a page on change.org, the paper reported.)
Michael’s quest to see Cameron was a driving point in an interview at the Emmys last month, where he admitted he’s “questioning the system” over their methods.
The embattled Cameron was initially arrested in 2010, getting a 5-year sentence for drug dealing and possession; the sentence was extended to ten after he was caught with drugs behind bars in 2011, and placed in solitary confinement in January 2013.