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Aurie Mora

January 26 2020

I was recently moved to Waseca, North Dakota and I am shell shocked!!!!! OMG!!!! I am FREEZING here!!

Write me...

Truly,

Aurie

Patricia Vore

January 23 2020

Hey everyone! So, I came into a little bit of trouble. With that being said, I would like to apologize to anyone who made contact with me and I didn’t respond. I was on JPay restriction and that means there is no access to your email. The good side to this blog, is ya girl here is up and running and waiting to hear from anyone.

It’s the holiday season and I hate being alone. So please, if you have some extra time and you’re looking to meet someone, please feel free to write me!

Jose Gutires Diaz

January 23 2020

Today was the absolute worst day ever

And don’t try to convince me that

There’s something good in every day

Because, when you take a closer look,

This world is a pretty evil place.

Even if

Some goodness does shine through once in a while

Satisfaction and happiness don’t last.

And it’s not true that

It’s all in the mind and heart

Because

True happiness can be obtained

Only if one’s surroundings are good

It’s not true that good exists

I’m sure you can agree that

The reality

Creates

My attitude

It’s all beyond my control

And you’ll never in 1 million years hear me say that

Today was a good day

 

Now read from bottom.

My Dream

January 19 2020

My dream is to spend more time with my son and daughter. To be a part of their life.

I'm hopeful, bound, and determined to succeed in starting a new life.

Jason Miears

January 15 2020

Thanksgiving is here and I just want to write I am so thankful for my Mom and best friend, Sharise.   Their love is never ending and I am so happy I have them in my life.

Since I last wrote I had another big appeal win.  A murder case I have been working on for 8 years got granted a certificate of appealability on a brief I did in the 5th  Circuit Federal Appellate Court.   The court also in a rare move granted him an attorney.   With that order some high dollar attorneys from Washington, DC took his case up.   I am eager to see how his appeal turns out.

Ever since I entered prison I have always been an advocate that people deserve effective assistance of counsel.   Our courts are so screwed up in the plea-bargain system it isn’t even funny.   I can remember when I was 10 years old and went to a comic bookstore to return a comic book I never stole and apologized to the manager.   I did that all to appease my Dad and his anger strikes.   Why did I admit to something I never did still bothers me today.   Each time I think about it I tell myself I wish I had an effective criminal defense lawyer stand up for me.   Knowing how people can get caught up with injustice, I try to help the people in here who have fallen into the cracks.

Jason Miears

 

LeVar Aikens #532829

January 13 2020

#Speak UP

Why are we so divided? I’m Black so of course I know #BlackLivesMatter. But so do all lives. I’m a man so I love women and support the #MeToo movement. Whether it’s Hispanics, teachers, prisoners, people living with disorders, those with disabilities, veterans, people struggling with suicidal thoughts, abuse or addiction – I could go on and on about those of us that have our voices and the injustices we face silenced. For all the different groups crying out for justice, we all have one thing in common: We are all treated inhumanely, because we are all denied our right of EQUALITY. We are all treated less than. The powers that be and media run stories to stop progress and incite judgment and separation between us. They do it because they see a revolution of the people and for the people forming.

But we will only get so far separately. So, why not unite all the movements? There is no difference – our pain is the same, our injustice is EQUAL. A social injustice done to you, is one done to me. We cannot afford to stand by silently when it comes to issues that threaten the very fabric of our humanity. Doing nothing is no longer an option. Let’s take a stand together. If you see an injustice done to someone else, or one is done to you, #SPEAK UP. Tweet, text, email, talk. Don’t wait. #SPEAK UP Now! #SPEAK UP for Her. #SPEAK UP for Him. #SPEAK UP for You. #SPEAK UP for Me. #SPEAK UP for Us. We are people and WE are in a fight for equal rights and equal justice. So let’s fight together and keep fighting until we all receive justice, For US.

We cannot remake society without remaking ourselves.

#SPEAK UP

LeVar Aikens

~Founder of the #Speak Up Movement

 

Derrick Morgan

January 7 2020

The truth is pure, solid and powerful enough to expose lies, selfish desires, deceptions and manipulations.  Therefore, honesty is mandatory.  Never rejecting reality I instead look to meet mental, secure, open minded, mature adults that understand me going back to court and getting released is the most important quest in my life.

So obtaining legal assistance is the necessary route needed.  As a victim of mass incarceration in America due to being wrongfully convicted is humiliating, embarrassing, and unconstitutional, but strengthening me both mentally and physically.

As I prepare for society my favorite irresistible characteristic trait in a woman is how possible our chemistry could last infinite based on our communication and the attention and time shared.

If you are special and unique and want to appreciate coinciding with a respectful man, please boldly come to me and demand your presence and purpose in our lives.  Making the right choices are better than sacrifices so leaving the past, getting over it eventually ends anyway. 

Furthermore, I have a real good family that taught me no matter what they take from me, I will always have my mentality.  Being incarcerated 14 years I am still conscience and conscious of one Creator.  However, I will bounce back and return to society maintaining positive realities enjoying life and staying young.  How I’ve persevered is my testimony. 

Please write either a letter or on Jpay.com.   Also, you have to specifically write your address combined inside of your letter because Jpay doesn’t give us return addresses. 

Thanks

 

Jordan Calliham #138132

January 6 2020

We have all been through enough hardships to obtain a larger sense of purpose from the empirical experiences; those difficulties that have been encountered over the years are what have molded us into what we are.

Each seed that you have planted in your virtuous garden throughout the years is what your character has now grown into. Acknowledge that which is there for you, creating and manipulating the fibers of life around you – for you, giving you every opportunity to strengthen your character for nobility’s sake. That growth in acknowledgement is what should accumulate through each endeavor.

All the energies in life reveal themselves to you if you just look. Open your eyes, mind and heart, all those energies will produce all that you may desire, but you have to put for the effort.

 

 

 

Everything Happens For A Reason

January 1 2020

Before I was incarcerated, I may have seen the storms and the dark grey clouds.

But now, I only see the rainbows after the storm. God works in mysterious ways and it is not up to me to question his reasoning, only to learn His lessons along the way.

Tory Gray

December 31 2019

Hello Friends,

This is Tory.  I just wanted you to know I'm thankful that my ad has gotten some of your attention, 'cause you've given me life again.   A second chance just to smile, uplift and grow mentally and emotionally.  Knowing that this world isn't as cruel and unforgiving as I’ve felt. 

With seeing your smile and reading your letters has lifted a big burden off me and given me an outlook to explore things I have dreaded my whole life.  Like to love and be loved, even though they have labeled me an animal.  I appreciate that beauty could look past my bad and still fine good inside the beast.

Now that I've found new friends, the hardest part is keeping them, which is somewhat scary because that has been something that I suffer from since a child.  People walking in and out of my life, which keeps me on an emotional rollercoaster but today I face my fears with the confidence that if our lives should part, I will always hold each and everyone of you close to my heart and if there’s ever a time that you need a friend, know that I'm always here.  A friend – Tory.

P.S.  Soon I will have the privilege to use the Phone for the first time in 2 years and if you are interested in hearing my voice, you must register your phone or cell Phone at www.texasprisonphone.com or call 866-806-7804.  6 cents a minute, prepaid or postpaid.  If there is anyone interested in hearing from me please send your phone number 'cause I would love to hear from you.  I know I might be pushing it but I also have 8 openings on my Visitation form where I can place new people on my visiting list.  If you would like to come,

 send me your name, address, age and birthday. 

Again, thanks a friend.

Tory