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Inmate Blog Entry: Tuesday, July 11 2017

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Age: 39
Location: Stockton, CA
Total Blog Entries: 2


Please excuse my first picture, I was caught off guard and wasn’t prepared to take it. I had to wait at least a year to take another one. So how do you like my new pic? This time I was ready, I shaved my head, showered and then smiled. That smile is a smile of determination to meet someone new. I put on my best clothes, a lil oil on my beard, wore my necklace, watch, glasses and brought out my prayer rug and BAM! This is what you get, a handsome, handsome, brotha ready to explore the pen pal world. I even did 50 push-ups before the pic to enhance my “look at me pose”. So move over fellow male prisoners, I’m back brand new. I would have taken a pic with a suit on if I could, probably an Armani or some high end designer, something that I’ve never worn before and I believe I’ll look damn good in one. No skinny jeans though. What do you think? As a Muslim I’m not supposed to be standing on my prayer rug with shoes on “So my bad”. I was really excited to be taking a picture with clothes on LOL, so I kinda forgot. A picture is worth a thousand words, share with me your thoughts. By: Crystal Jones “Sabir Zujaja Asad”.
Inmate Blog Entry: Monday, January 15 2018

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Crystal Jones's Profile
Age: 39
Location: Stockton, CA
Total Blog Entries: 2


Another year has come and gone so quickly. I’m going on my 19th year in prison, on the LWOP sentence. I’ve come to an understanding that my actions and my actions alone led to someone being murdered and “YES”, I take full responsibility for everything that happened before, during and after the murder. “YES”, I apologize for abusing my community, his family, my family and all the residents of Sacramento, California. I came into prison at 23 years old with the same mental capacity that led me to prison, within 2 years, I acknowledge that my life was going in the wrong direction and that I needed to change for the better. Even if I were never to be released from prison, change was an imperative. I stopped being around criminal-minded people and started to hang with positive people and have positive conversations. I also started to participate in self-help classes to further my rehabilitation and have continued doing so 16 years later. When I get the opportunity to be set free. I will never put myself in a position to commit another crime ever again. I owe it to everyone that I’ve hurt mentally and physically, to remain a righteous and trusted person. Life is precious and I took it away from someone who didn’t deserve to lose it. Again, I eternally apologize. May everyone’s New Year be full of happiness. By: Crystal Jones “Sabir Zujaja Asad” 2017




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