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Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 37
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 8
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, January 21 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Legal
THINKING LOUD

As you read, I'd like you to keep in mind, I appreciate your time... See, 23 hours, 59 seconds of every day I'm locked away. So this second you loan today completes mine. After you read this blog of mine, if you have any suggestions or interest in it, drop me a line. Or just tell me what you'd do in a spot such as mine? If the court system sentenced you to 21 years on a charge as mine, with no evidence that you committed this crime, no medical exams, no DNA, just a "lady" judge and a "lady D.A." and "no" physical evidence, just a Texas "one-witness rule" used to convict you? What would you do if the victim was the only witness and accuser too? You as a lady, would you think denying medical exams would make this case shady? If you were this lady would you deny exams? I've requested DNA testing, polygraph testing and received "NO" answer to what I've requested. Yet, not one item of evidence was tested. Would you protest it? If so, how? Any "info off the internet," law book, or attorney advice would be nice. I understand it's $80,000 for every year they've kept me here. This may be why I have not been answered on my request for the much needed test. Listen up, if you'd like to know of this, drop me a line. I'd like to have you as a friend of mine. So if you can, send your opinion on my site, and a photo of you. Much love and respect to you. Scarface "A diamond is a coal that never gave up."

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Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 37
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 8
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, January 21 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Life
LIFE ON THE INSIDE

Living life full throttle was my model. I can relate to downing every possible pain killer and sorrow in all types of liquor bottles. That was my model. Yet, as you read this, and wonder what I'm about? I can assure you, I'm nobody's Boy Scout. LOL I have raised hell, no doubt. But nowadays I've sat in this single cell, and it dawns on me that I put myself through hell, and so many others as well. Yet, I'm still alive to actually tell. Bad part is I'm locked in this prison cell. Even though I couldn't foretell that a false testimony of a 26-year-old girl would land me in this lonely cell. I always believed that no one is destined for greatness, yet neither is one destined to fail. I think if I said we are all equal and we all decide our own scale, you'd agree? But can you tell me? What's one to do when it seems the court system has turned its back on you? I ask you only because I was given 20 years on nothing more than a false statement and testimony of a girl that refused to get any medical exams to show that it was a lie. I'm here today to ask you for help. Not any hand-outs, just a helping hand. Maybe you, or a friend of yours; maybe a student in any law field; or maybe a relative that may be a legal assistant. I'm asking you to give me a chance to explain all that truly took place, and I have trial records to prove my innocence. I am not financially able to obtain any lawyer. But I am willing to work something out once I can explain my case. I appreciate any help. Thanks. Scarface

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Heladio Contreras's Profile
Age: 35
Location: OH
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, February 25 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Friendship
BE REAL

It has been 5 months now since I started this profile. I have received a few letters from people and no one ever wrote back. I did meet one person from Ohio and months later, everything that person told me about themselves was a lie. She had a b/f when she said she didn’t, and so much more. So it wasted so much of my time. Actually, very hurtful. I have been locked up a long time and I’m just looking for someone to get to know. Maybe more. You never know. Is there anyone out there that isn’t fake, doesn’t lie about everything, and just looking for a friend? I really prefer to meet someone from Ohio since that’s where I’m from. But, anyone can write me and I will write back. I know a lot of guys that used this exact same service and received well results. Maybe it’s just me. Who knows? I don’t have much time left. I have a very good chance of coming home next year, in 2014. Very good chance. I’m just looking for someone fun to meet that wants to skip all the crap and become friends. Maybe more. If this sounds interesting to you, write me a letter or email me on JPAY.con and I will respond as ASAP. I’m an open book and will treat you the way you treat me. All I want from you is what you are. Be real. TTYL? Respectfully….Lee

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Refugio Cardenas's Profile
Age: 31
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, April 6 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Friendship
MAGIC

Forever the Gentlemen I’m a man who’s very attentive and has many desires, dreams, goals, interest, and passions; who seeks the magic a true friend brings. I’m obviously no angel. All I’ve ever known was hardships, heartaches, and living life in the fast lane since a very young age, and my heart and soul bear many battle scars, but when you write me, you’ll see I’m a good man with a big heart. There’s a long journey ahead of me, but I’m trying to strive everyday to better myself and maintain my physical and mental well being, as everyday behind these walls is a struggle when you have no outside support. My spirit and soul craves someone who can bring a smile and the light of my morning star to my solitary existence. Someone who’s open to share their desires, dreams, experiences, feelings, goals, heart, interests, passions and thoughts, someone who’s open to visits and understands the greatest stimulant a man has is interactions with a kind, mature, a little naughty, strong and witty woman. I believe for any relationship to be successful, it must be built on a solid foundation based on compassion, honesty, trust and understanding, and that’s what I’m offering. So if you like what you see, write me directly and send me some photos of yourself so that we can explore the possibilities and the magic our friendship can bring. Forever the Gentlemen, Cisco

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Jeremy Hull's Profile
Age: 32
Location: MN
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, May 1 2013
Inmate Blog Category:INTRODUCTION
LET'S TALK

Let me fill you in on a few of my interests and likes. I am a workout fanatic; it is my way to blow off all the drama prison life brings. I relax by reading and listening to music. I love most music, but rock, metal, and country are my favorites. I enjoy painting and writing. I have a great sense of humor and one of my favorite past times is making people laugh. I would love to make you laugh. I enjoy the outdoors; swimming, camping, mudding, and just being outside in the sun. I use to rodeo and even tried MMA. Cars were a big part of my daily life, working on them, and racing them. Animals were also a big part of my life. I love pit bulls and I am always trying to change the bad views toward them. So that is a little about me…also I’m a very open and outgoing person.

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Phillip Boldon's Profile
Age: 37
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 4
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, May 24 2013
Inmate Blog Category:LIFE
REGRETS

REGRETS: I sit here staring at these 4 walls and the waves of regrets and mistakes hit me like a heavyweights punch. I knew this was possibility when I was out there using drugs and associating with the wrong people. But never realized it until it was too late. Now I’m facing a lifetime behind these walls, not knowing whether I’ll get another chance at freedom. While I was out there using drugs I had so many second chances and made more broken promises to myself and my loved ones that I care to remember. But I kept lying to myself that I could handle and control the drugs this time. Every time I made some positive progress in my life I let my addiction tell me it was gonna be different this time and before I knew it all the progress I made was gone and I was back in that evil cycle. How do I make up for the pain and heartache I’ve left in my wake? I must live with those regrets every day and pray that one day I’m given a chance to ask their forgiveness. My advice is to never get started. It always started innocently enough but it always leads to stronger and more dangerous drugs. If you’re already using or know someone that’s using, please encourage them to seek help because I’ve been there and I couldn’t do it alone. There is no shame in asking for help. Drugs have cost me my life.

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Hector Arriaga's Profile
Age: 43
Location: MA
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, May 25 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Update
PROGRESSING

It’s been some time since my last blog. Since then I’ve grown more spiritually. I also joined a beautiful program training puppies for disabled Americans, just to give back in a small way for the sins of my youth. These animals are so beautiful, they live in the here and now, not dwelling on yesterday nor stressing about tomorrow. We can learn so much from them, they are unconditional while we are driven by conditions. I also graduated computer classes so I’m no longer computer illiterate. Also, I’m yet to hear from anybody local. Well I’m continuing my journey through life and willing to hear from other people’s journey’s moments of gladness, short comings. I’m willing to hear. Amidst this hectic world people have lost the ability to hear and relate, as well to care. I’ll be turning 41 in June and I’m hoping this blog will at least get me a birthday card. I feel well for my age, if Brad Pitt can look good in his 40’s anyone can, but looks are overrated. I offer and seek substance. I’ll await your contact & hopefully a friendship to go with it.

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Michael Medin's Profile
Age: 35
Location: MN
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, May 27 2013
Inmate Blog Category:LIFE
CRAZY POLITICS

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Frank Souza's Profile
Age: 37
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, June 5 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Redemption
INSTINCTUAL CONSCIENCE

I have reached a process of change. Redemption. Redemption is not a discriminable commodity based on classicism, elitism, political favoritism, gender, race, creed, or color. Redemption awaits everybody, God’s mercy needs no defense. 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 I am. None of these people really know me. They only know of me. By consistent discipline and practice I developed what I call an “instinctual conscience” that helps me to address a given situation with effective results. It was never easy to detach myself from the prisons procrustean efforts to render me an automation. Burned in effigy with no regrets was my misconception of manhood culture, education, life and the world. Prison became the Gethsemane where I overcame my hypocritical conscience and self-hatred. No longer the possessor of a radioactive mind polluted by self-destructiveness. I now exist with analytical mentality and a thunderous heart that beats with inner peace, atonement and truth whether I’m dismissed from this physical world today or tomorrow. I take pleasure in knowing I defied the odds to embody a process of change that produces a positive effect on me and other people. I’m learning to master self while rising from the ashes of madness. Thank you and keep smiling.

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Ryan Frederick's Profile
Age: 36
Location: VA
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, June 15 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Mail
ADDRESS CLARIFICATION

For anyone who tries to send me something through WriteAPrisoner, I don’t have any means of communicating electronically. The only way I will be able to respond is if you write me here at Ryan Frederick, #1406669, PO Box 1000, Chatham VA 24531 and please include your return address because the mail room tends to rip the envelope so bad that I can’t make out what was on it. I don’t get much mail and I write back every time, so if you have sent me a message or a letter but haven’t gotten a response from me, it’s because I just don’t have your information. Ryan Frederick #140669 PO Box 1000 Chatham VA 24531

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