At the age of 19, I made the biggest mistake of my life and went from being a PFC in the Army, to sitting in county jail with a million dollar bond for Capital Murder, facing life or a death sentence. In the end I dodged the worst outcome, yet I still spend my days behind bars now serving time in prison.
I was born in Camden, New Jersey but later moved to Killeen, Texas. My nationality consists of African American and Panamanian. In the Army I was a diesel mechanic and growing up working on cars became my passion. Even still to this day, I dream of one day owning a mechanic’s shop. Maybe, even becoming a mechanical engineer and designing my own after market car parts.
With all of the technology in the world today, writing letters has become a lost art. But writing is my only means of expression from behind these walls, so when my mind becomes congested with thoughts, I write.
I would like to meet people from different backgrounds, who have amazing personalities and aren’t afraid to speak their mind. You never know, we might have a lot in common, so let’s get to know each other and find out.
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