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It’s easy to help.Copy the parole opposition letter and mail it to the Board of Parole Hearings before August 7, 2018.

For your confidentiality, do NOT put your return address on the letter, only on the outer mailing envelope.



Board of Parole Hearings

Attn: Pre-Hearing Correspondence

P. O. Box 4036

Sacramento, CA  95812-4036

RE:  Jefferey Hamilton – CDCR# F06224

         Parole Hearing Date:  August 7, 2018

Dear Chairman and Parole Board Member~

Please DO NOT grant a parole date to convicted murderer, Jefferey Hamilton. On October 6, 2002, Hamilton assisted in meticulously planning and carrying out the brutal murder of Jenna Nannetti (the 17-year-old wife of co-offender, Michael Simons). Hamilton, Simons and co-offender Katherine Belflower concocted quite a sophisticated plan which had been rehearsed many times to perfection. 

The victim would be lured to a meeting with her estranged husband, where she would be assaulted by Katherine Belflower with a bat to the head. Hamilton and Belflower would immediately leave the scene in his car. Simons would manipulate Jenna into believing she could take revenge on Belflower; that he knew her exact location. The three (3) assailants would eventually meet at a pre-determined location (40 minutes from Livermore) at Whiskey Slough in the San Joaquin Delta.  It is at this location where Simons, once rejoining his co-offenders, would retrieve a shotgun from Hamilton’s vehicle with the sole purpose of murdering Jenna. It took Simons five (5) shots to ensure she was dead. The three (3) laughed at the sounds of Jenna’s death and then assisted one another in discarding Jenna’s lifeless body into the murky bushes. 

The three co-conspirators drove both vehicles as far as Mountain House Bar, where Simons set afire Jenna’s car with a road flare to cover any evidence. Jenna was listed as “Missing” for two (2) weeks before her body was discovered.

On August 7, 2018, Jenna Nannetti’s family and friends will be forced to relive the horrendous events that led to her brutal and senseless murder. Jefferey Hamilton was a willing and able partner with Simons and Belflower when they planned the murder of Jenna for financial gain (a life insurance policy).

By reason of his complete disregard for human life, justice demands this convicted murderer be denied parole.  Jefferey Hamilton made a personal choice to assist in the execution of an innocent young woman and must continue to accept the consequences of his actions.  He must remain in prison, so that he can never again participate in harming another innocent human being.

Please pause for a moment and think about what the murder victim endured at the hands of this calculated evil. Jenna Nannetti was executed while begging for her life and this horrific act of violence should not be ignored by the parole board.

Please deny parole to convicted murderer Jefferey Hamilton for the maximum time allowed by State of California law.

Thank you for your consideration.


(For your confidentiality, please do not post a return address on this letter; only on the mailing envelope)