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Manuel Sanchez, Jr.'s Profile
Age: 41
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, September 18 2014
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Hello Blog Readers, I hope all is good in the free world. I'm just here, still waiting to meet some nice and interesting people. The reason I'm blogging is to inform and update any and everyone who has sent me a message through the computer, that I did not receive the messages nor do I have the addresses to correspond with you. I would never ignore someone who takes the time to write me. However, for some reason the prison where I am incarcerated at took my mail from WriteAPrisoner.com and told me that I had to receive my mail directly from the person who is writing me. This, of course, is a bunch of crap because other inmates at this prison receive their emails regularly. I guess I get special restrictions. Anyhow, since my original posting I have had the pleasure of receiving mail from no one. Am I really that ugly? If so, my mom lied to me (smile). Lately I've been working on some more art. I'm currently working on a drawing in blye ink which I will post on my profile when it's finished. Well, I guess I'll let the free world get back to their lives. I just wanted to make sure that anyone who feels or felt like corresponding with me was and is completely important that you must write me directly. Take care and stay positive. Respectfully, Manuel Sanchez

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Alexander Barisdale's Profile
Age: 26
Location: NV
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, September 18 2014
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Hey people, Don't forget to tell the ones close to you in English, Spanish, or whichever language you speak that you love them. Life is precious! Hey, I'm Alexander. I'm trying to write this blog to draw people to my page. It's kind of difficult though; I'm at a loss for words. I want the whole world to write me, but honestly I don't know what to do, say or write to accomplish that. So I've decided to scratch that idea and just ask for help. One thing, or two, that I want to do before I get out is learn one language or possibly two. Any language will be fun, exciting, and challenging, I'm sure. Maybe Spanish? I know, I know, I'm half-Colombian and I don't speak Spanish fluently – blame my mom, LOL. No, but seriously, it can improve. What better time that to improve my Spanish, or even learn a new language than now? With your help, I'm sure I can learn anything or better yet, we can learn a new language together. It can be done as long as we focus on the goal. Let me know what you think. Until then, take care. Don't forget to tell the ones close to you in English, Spanish, or whichever language you speak that you love them. Life is precious! Bye for now. Always Truthful, Alexander

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Victor Acosta II's Profile
Age: 36
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Sunday, September 21 2014
Inmate Blog Category:LEGAL RECOURSE
UNFAIR VERDICT

Hello my name is Victor Acosta II. I am from San Antonio, Texas. I have made some mistakes in life, some more serious than others. I am trying to get my time cut being that the state told me I was not able to fire my lawyer during trial. My paid attorney failed to ask questions I told him to ask. Failing to do so after a three day, overwhelming trial, I involuntarily received a fifty year sentence. My paid lawyer coerced me to do so because the outcome would have been a higher sentence. I am guilty of failure to render aid that ended up with an aggravated assault injury to a child. I have transcripts and medical forms stating no evidence of any forced holding. The Judge (Courtroom 175th) adapted an eight hour coerced interrogation (4.52 illegally obtained confession admitted into evidence). The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution states that NO DEFENDANT in a criminal trial shall be forced to be a witness "against himself" as a result, your oral and written admission of guilt cannot be admitted into evidence at your trial unless it is clearly shown that your statement was voluntarily made. I am seeking any pro bono help or information because I have an 8 year old son and family that need me in their life. I'm an iron worker apprentice who made anywhere from $17-$19 an hour depending on the construction company. I have a life out there. Sincerely and Respectfully--Victor Acosta II

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Khaaliq Binns's Profile
Age: 34
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, September 22 2014
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I’m an urban novel street author (young & wreckless) and former gang prevention worker who was wrongly convicted and still fighting for my freedom to relocate from my hometown Los Angeles, California. I have come to learn that criticism without a viable solution is nothing more than an arrogant show of words laced with barren self-importance. Though I was raised around violence and a terrible community, I’ve discovered that strength can be found in the might of the intellect, in spirituality, in creativity and in constructive progress. I am not the violent genetic misfit incapable of change that the courts, society, media, law enforcement and prison administration believe young black males are. After retiring from a corrupted lifestyle of drug dealing in the year of 2004, I began to work with various organizations, including NO G.U.N.S. (Networks Organizing for Gang Unity and Neighborhood Safety), helping bring peace and unity amount Los Angeles gangs while interacting with juvenile delinquents and borderline gang members, showing them how to work an honest job and keep away from the thug life of crime. The moment I conducted my first peace treaty and a cease fire between two rival gangs, some people were not happy – crooked police officers and active gang members who have no respect for peace. To make a long story short, I was framed and now I am working on retaining a high powered paid attorney and leaving California upon my release. My future goal is to become an urban movie director.

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Travis Dillard's Profile
Age: 25
Location: MN
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, September 29 2014
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ABOUT ME

A little insight regarding myself for those interested in learning more about me. I am ALL about having fun. I love having a good time, anyone can be serious but how many people can make you truly laugh, you know? I like being known by those involved with me as the one that can always bring a smile to their face. I love just about every genre of music. The types of TV shows I’m into right now are: Tosh O., Awkward, Broad City, Girl Code, Impractical Jokers, Brain Games and Saturday Night Live, just to name a few. One guilty pleasure of mine…I still love to watch Spongebob Squarepants LOL! I’m upbeat, resilient and have quite a positive outlook on life. I adore nature and animals, I’m thinking about becoming a veterinarian or similar. I love learning, especially new things. I love to improve myself in every way possible, (further rehabilitation), eg my character, demeanor, personality etc. I dislike politics, sports and religion. I am great at drawing, speaking other languages, calligraphy, and other stuff. This is but a fraction of what I plan on sharing with you; keep an eye out for profile updates ie additional blogs, photos, artwork, poetry and revisions. Contributions would be helpful and are welcomed. Thank you for reading.

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Efrain Gonzalez's Profile
Age: 22
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, October 1 2014
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Check out my poetry that I just wrote and new profile test! Missing Hooters, Tilt ‘N Kilt, Famous Dave’s, Subway, McD’s, BK, Benihana’s, Maxwell, Lawrence’s Shrimp, Ron of Japan etc. My spots I go to, thanks to my beautiful mom showing me other places. Love poetry especially by: Wilhelm Blanke. Paintings and sculptures by: Leonardo Da Vinci and Picasso, my favorites. My intelligence is alright thanks to my parents as smart individuals. Subject of choice is history especially Greek gods, art history etc. Grew up in Chicago, lil village area 26st aka Lil Mexico (laughs). Just writing whatever comes to my fascinating mind right now, guess because it’s just a blog for instance. Type of man I am: funny, great smile, good looks, that’s all my father (laughs), also kind of a unique person with a variety of aspects on life. People come at me as a thug in the streets, but don’t go off my mind or conversations. I guess looks & speech get you nowhere (laughs). My dream to be a pediatrician is still alive and to see foreign countries is a big part of my life. I want to open my mind to people, cultures, ideas, basically the universe. Hopefully this gives you info on the type of guy I am and where I come from (smiles). Plenty of conversations on my mind from funny to intelligent ones to religion etc.

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Michael Baker's Profile
Age: 25
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, October 6 2014
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I've come to realize change can be a great thing, always be grateful and thankful! Love and respect yourself because if you don't nobody else will. Last but not least, I've come to learn that there are a million ways to express yourself "hate" should't be one! I would like to thank everyone for reading these words.

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Frankie Vega Jr's Profile
Age: 31
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, October 15 2014
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I have included a poem that reflects the inner motion of fuel amidst the cycles of life, of up and down. As a human being (not just an inmate) my whole being cries out and craves life, the joy of laughter, the liberty of inner peace, the fullness of love, the strength of health, the humility of compassion, and comfort of a human touch. Contrary to the stereotype, not all reflect the hard concrete and steel walls within incarceration. As myself, the redemptive powers of God most high in Jesus Messiah have softened the scars of my past and cleared my focus. So please join me or share with me a bit of yourself. Love, Frankie Vega Jr. HIGH HOPE Time flies by like clouds in the sky, as in question of why hope seems so high. Like tie dye light blue As a waves morning dew. That softly touches the surface, Of a world full of purpose. And no jokes, no circus, For ones hope feeds on surplus. Surplus like a rush, yes, a throb in the vain, A blood flow so constant down showers the rain. Choo choo goes the train of the hopes that remain, Though it may shuffle in vain, the hopes are the same. No time could tame the natural sweet cane, Of the potency of hope the nectars on in aim. Aim as in focus, flows on the sky, As in questions of why hope seems so high.

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Artemio Garcia's Profile
Age: 33
Location: FL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, October 16 2014
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TO ALL THE READERS OUT THERE, ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO LIKE TO READ TRUE CRIMINAL/AUTOBIOGRAPHIES:

First off I want to say that I hope that all of you are doing good. Please know that I don’t get satisfaction knowing that some of you are going through difficulties. In fact, I pray for you all every day. In spite of that, I just finished writing my book. Its title is “3 Decades”, however, the name might change due to copyright and publishing rights… speaking of which I’m in the editing and publishing stages at the moment. The book is based on my life experiences, both good and bad in the criminal underworld. It also reflects with my battles with drugs, and how I lost touch with reality because of my lifestyle. My autobiography book also contains real photos of my innocence as a child all the way up to adulthood. In due time, I’m going to add photos from my book to my profile. I will be looking forward to hearing any input or feedback that readers might have based on my story. For any questions or comments feel free to write or email me. God bless.

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Harold Laird's Profile
Age: 40
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, October 27 2014
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CHILD PRISONER LIFE IMPRISONMENT

Children are impressionable and redeemable and are the future of a nation. It makes me wonder what governments/courts are thinking when sentencing children to life in adult prison without considering their background, age, maturity or any fact of the child’s life. There are over 2000 children given automatic life without parole. That figure does not include children given life with parole, albeit in 30+ years. That’s a lot of wasted lives and talent. I’m sure you’re aware, prison is a harsh place for adults, for a child though, it’s horror. 30+ years is beyond understanding to someone that has only been alive for 13-16 years. Institutionalization sets in, in much less time than that in adults. So how is a child supposed to stave off institutionalization? What happens when/if they win their freedom? Being institutionalized from such a young age will deny these people the tools they need to keep that freedom unless they’ve got a strong support base to step into. Considering the background of these children (now adults) having or finding such a support base is extremely difficult. So most of these people are lost to society, unless society takes action. What’s shameful is the courts don’t seem to care about the loss of these lives or talent from society. Don’t’ get me wrong, taking a life is horrible and deserves punishment, however, no one (least of all children) should be subjected to the injustice of automatic life sentences without mercy and understanding.

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