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Quincy Bailey's Profile
Age: 32
Location: KY
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, May 28 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Legal
RAW LAW

Raw Law Anyone who knows anything about law understand: “in order to maintain a criminal conviction of any kind here in the U.S.A. the state or opposing party must prove every element of crime therein beyond a reasonable doubt. To maintain a conviction without proving the elements required is a violation of the 5th & 14th Amendment Rights of the U.S. Constitution ( See Inre V. Winship, 397 U.S. 358) (1970) In every case, trial by jury. The jury is issued a set of instructions rendered by the Trial Court. The instruction embodies the elements of crime which defines the charge a defendant is convicted. In the case of Quincy D Bailey v. Commonwealth, the jury rendered their verdict in verdict Form # 1(A) Stating: “We the jury find the defendant, Quincy D Bailey guilty of Murder under instruction #4” /s/Jury Foreperson. Instruction #4 defines the elements of First Degree Manslaughter issued in Quincy’s case, not murder. It is a patent Constitutional violation of the above mentioned rights for a trial court of any kind to maintain a conviction for “murder” where murder is defined by the elements of manslaughter under instruction….,A manifestation of injustice. Our forefathers of the U.S. afforded Constituents rights mandated by the constitution for a reason. To protect citizens from such contingencies. Here Quincy is a born citizen of the U.S.A. based on his verdict, conviction and lengthy sentence, Quincy’s rights are being violated due to incarceration. Being that “(A) jury speaks only through its verdict.” (See Yeager v. U.S. 129 S ct 2360) (June 18, 2009) Quincy has a “life” sentence (Quincy was sentenced as if the jury found him guilty of Instruction #3, not 4) for a charge of murder defined by lesser instruction, definition, & element of crime, one that carries only 10 YEARS…BIG DIFFERENCE!!! It’s not Quincy’s intentions to manipulate the United States judicial system, but only to receive justice due. Anyone who believes in maintaining equal rights of any person in America & the world, no matter race, gender, political, social or economic status. Your opinion, assistance resources and (or) friendship is always in of great need. “An injustice anywhere is an injustice everywhere.” --Dr Martin Luther King Jr For a more in depth understanding- information, transcripts, trial tapes or legal documents, feel free to contact Quincy anytime.

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Salvador Martinez's Profile
Age: 27
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, May 30 2013
Inmate Blog Category:


A lot of people don’t understand what its like to be locked up. You can read or look at all the TV shows/Documentaries about prison but you’ll never be able to relate. They only show you the bad and the troubles but always leave out the struggles and the good we manage to obtain while we’re locked up. Do they tell you how they try their best to send us to the farthest prisons from home? I’ve never seen them show how nasty the food is? How they make us work for free? How they really have enough staff to run recreation, so never do? It’s crazy, but we find a way to keep our head up. People have different ways to do that, I’m trying to do it by letting my mind leave this place for a little bit through a pen and paper and a friend but how can I do that without that friend? Sometimes I reach out but can’t grab nothing but when I do I never know if it’s a friend or someone trying to act like one. It’s hard to find a friend to keep but doesn’t stop me from trying. They gave a word limit of (250) words but it doesn’t take (250) words to keep it real, so if you’re out there and looking for a true friend, I’m not too hard to find. GOD Bless you.

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Donald Brown's Profile
Age: 38
Location: OH
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, May 30 2013
Inmate Blog Category:


In life, and in our hardest moments, and in times when we feel so vulnerable and desperate, we reach for a friend because true friendship will persevere. That is the friendship that I long for. Few things in life are as valuable as knowing that your friend stands by your side. I’ve done wrong in my life, obviously, but I don’t want to be remembered solely on the past mistakes that I’ve made. I want to be there for someone that needs a friend. I want to help someone out of the dark place in their life and be their glimmer of sunshine. Just as they would be mine. Tomorrow is promised to nobody so why do we always expect one? I’m right here, wanting to be the shoulder for you to lean on when life keeps serving lemons. We can make lemonade together. Do you ever wonder what’s all out in the universe? Or think to yourself, “What’s the purpose of it all”? I don’t know what all the world and universe has to offer but I am a firm believer there is a purpose and reason for everything. Even when it’s beyond our comprehension. In this constant confinement of this cell, there is ample time to think and write and I would like to share these with you and talk about what you’re interested in. The End

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Frank Souza's Profile
Age: 36
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: 35
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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Anthony Montgomery's Profile
Age: 36
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 3
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, June 22 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Update
FREEDOM COMING SOON!!!!

Hey everybody! I am happy to announce that I am now here in the GRAD Program and doing all I can do to “ace” the thing. It’s a real good program that offers a lot of information and tools to change. Let’s face it--change, real change is NOT easy. I am doing a lot of worksheets to these videos in this Phase 1 Curriculum. There are 3 phases. Once I complete the program I will be among the living again!!! BIG SMILE!!! I am learning everything that I can in order to be a better me. A better person. A better friend. A better son, father, employee…a better man. Maybe even a better husband eventually. My daughter’s mother became pregnant while I was on the run from law enforcement before I came to prison. So I never had the chance to be there for her…it was too late, I was already on my way to prison, no turning back. So! I am working on it !!! I’m working on a lot! NOW! Where the heck is everyone!?! I have not heard from anyone! I need some love here! It’s like the closer I get to going home, everyone disappears! What’s up with that!? Grin… If that’s the case then I need some new friends!! SO SOMEONE WRITE ME!! Smile…Let’s spend these last 9 months getting to know one another. I will have phone privileges soon! And we will be able to talk! SMILE!

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Ray Louthian's Profile
Age: 42
Location: WV
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, June 27 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Friendship
SEEKING FRIENDS

Hello, Hello, is there anyone out there??? But I know there is because you are looking at my blog! I’m a fun loving, funny man who loves to laugh and smile. I’m goal minded and driven. I have my heart set on getting a college degree, something to better myself. I want to help kids to keep them from coming here so I’m talking all of my standard liberal arts curriculum now. Maybe I’ll be a counselor. I love to read, I like to draw and play guitar. I believe a true friendship can only grow in honest soil, hopefully together we can cultivate that and watch it blossom into something beautiful. Please don’t be fooled by geographical location. I’m simply a nice guy who had a good idea which turned out bad. Or you could say I had a dream that turned out to be a nightmare and now I’m living it. So what does it take to get your attention? Before you write me? Maybe you could give me some advice on my blog? Because I don’t know how that works. But let me say this before I go. If you’re looking for a friend that will have your back at all times and who will put a smile on your face and a laugh on your lips then I’m the one for you to write. “Your friend til the end of time”

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Tyrel Perry's Profile
Age: 27
Location: DE
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, July 3 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Life
MY LIFE NOW

What’s good world? They tried to book ya boy for a cellphone and some other contraband. They took me to the hole. I as working E-crew and they found it in the laundry room so it was hard to charge me. I.A. (Internal Affairs) called me to Booking and Receiving for questioning but I’m good. They have been taken this cellphone thing to heart. They put up a notice any inmate found guilty of having a cellphone will lose a year of good time, 90 days in the hole and 2 years in Max…I’m good, right now I’m listening to the Boy Kendrick Lamar talk dat stuff……I’m about to the bricks soon…U don’t even know it…. I’m pullin up in the Big Boy S-5550 BENZ….U don’t even know it. I’m in the club poppin bottles…U don’t even know it…I’m in VIP makin it rain…..U don’t even know it! To all the people that counted me out when I got booked, left me for dead wit no support, I love you for makin me the man I am today….can’t wait to see ya face when I pull up in that “You can’t afford this”, coming through the sunroof, standin on the top of the car rippin up Money Bangin that Meek Intro!

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Alvin Murray's Profile
Age: 39
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, July 6 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Life
GREATER GIFT

Life How did I end up in prison? A man’s fear of not surviving, not making it, or not having it, is far greater than his fear of incarceration. Desires will make risk factors obsolete. The “game” will keep you short-sighted and tunnel-visioned, seeing nothing but the limelight. The money, cars, clothes, women, and jewelry. Not what’s really at stake, like coming to prison instead of graduating college and obtaining a legal career, losing out on seeing my children grow up and hurting the ones I’m supposed to love. There’s no real strategy for the players in this game that leads to success. Majority of the individuals living this lifestyle are being locked-down or buried. My poor decision–making has cost me time out of my life and has stolen valuable time away from my children. No words can describe the way I feel about my children. My children are my pride and joy. I believe that the most defining life-experience a father can have is when he is given an opportunity to be a part of his child’s life. If you are given an opportunity to be a functional, influential part of a new life and given the opportunity to take part in the cultivation of that soul and the growth of that being… I can’t think of any gift greater than that.

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Shannon Silknitter's Profile
Age: 27
Location: KY
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, July 6 2013
Inmate Blog Category:Prison Life
WRITERS

Those that wrote for the short time, you are appreciated. Women who ain’t got the time to write an intro letter, please feel free to use the Contact Shannon icon and I will do my best to break the ice. Just be serious & of age. For the past year I’ve been in the hole. I’m looking to secure a friendship with someone unique who is in unison in finding something secure in having each other. The special management unit is not what’s happening. Even though I’m halfway through, if someone attacks you even if you didn’t provoke it, they start you all over again. No TV. Just novels, mags & mail. So, I’m looking for that someone who will write. Women who can increase my vocab in Spanish and Japanese, please write. Older, mature women requested. Please be emotionally stable. I will only try to write positively, please do the same. Anything else is not worth the time of day in expressing. Adventurous women wanted.

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