Prison PenPal Michael Flinner

Michael Flinner

Michael is 56 and incarcerated in the US (CA).

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MJWM, a healthy, educated, fit, mid-50’s Southern California native, former general contractor with few delusions of reprieve, I’m an accomplished book, op-ed, articles, and Senate bill co-author. After nearly 25 years in custody, this confident and tenacious state prison healthcare policy reform advocate seeks to shift the ambiguous narrative associated with inducement-free LIVING inmate organ donor protocol for state prisoners—bringing fresh legislation modeled after a Federal Bureau of Prison’s healthcare policy, wherein devoid of stigma, remains one which caters solely to a federal prisoner’s biological, match-worthy, immediate family member in need—an honorable life-saving practice which while remarkably conspicuous in nature, benefits less than 10% of the entire national prison population (those in federal custody).

Shamefully, California is but one of many states which mandate their respective state prisoners may only donate vital organs and tissues in the event of his or her deaths (posthumously) while in custody. That said, my father needed a lung in 2016. I was his only biological living donor. But for the apathetic and negligent prison administrative policy (or lack of it), he might still be alive today.

I welcome positive, fearless, creative, emotionally-available, smart, tech-savvy folks to embolden my life-saving initiative… sustaining its vocal and visible relevancy.

Equipped with an Android tablet which permits free daily phone calls worldwide and texting if you sign up to become one of my contacts at (& app), thereafter, you’ll discover a humble, studious, mature man, whose heart belongs elsewhere, eager to develop and nurture meaningful long-term, drama-free, platonic friendships with purpose—”replacing destruction with life.”

Should you prefer traditional correspondence through untimely snail mail, postage permitting, I’ll answer all promptly. You will find my address in the contact information tab of this profile.

Without Regret,
Michael Flinner

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Date of Birth: 06/18/1967 (56 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: White
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Green
Hair Color: Bald
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
Body Type: Average
Hometown: San Diego, California (USA)
Spoken Languages: English, learning Hebrew & German
Religion: Jewish
Astrological Sign: Gemini

Profile will end on: 02/11/2026

Michael Flinner #V30064

California Medical Facility
P.O. Box 2000
Vacaville, CA 95696

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Incarcerated Since: 2000
Sentence Received: Death Sentence
Earliest Release: N/A

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1st Degree Murder
Conspiracy to Commit 1st Degree Murder
Willfully Poisoning
Soliciting Another to Commit/Join in Commission of Murder

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