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John Cole Jr. #B26302

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Attention: Help Wanted

The reason for this ad is simple. I'm tired of talking to men all day and with the fear of COVID-19, it has made me realize many things such as how voiceless and lonely I have become. The need for friendship has taken on a new important meaning. Will you join me on my journey towards friendship?

Let me be honest and clear. I'm far from perfect! I've made lots of mistakes, had many ups and downs in life. Fortunately, I have matured and learned from my past. I have taken every opportunity to better myself through counseling, school, and programs. I have worked hard to become a peer educator, G.E.D. tutor, and a lifestyle redirection educator to name a few accomplishments. Through all of this, I find myself in a good place (mentally) in life. The main thing missing is friendship! I have been fortunate that I am still in the courts fighting to regain my freedom God willing and I never have given up hope.

In my free time, I like to play chess, draw, and paint. My music interests vary from Led Zeppelin to Shinedown to Aldean! I'm an avid sports fan and my teams are the St Louis Cardinals, KC Chiefs, and LA Lakers. Big fan of the Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Yellowstone. I like all Hanks and Pacino films. So, if you're someone who finds yourself in a good place in life and feel you have a lot to say and can be a good friend and you're willing to step beyond fears of meeting someone new and take the time to get to know me and allow me to know you without judgments or limits, then give me a chance at your friendship!

You can snail mail me or you can sign on to www.ConnectNetwork.com and email me.

About John

Astrological sign:
Sagittarius
Willing to correspond outside of the U.S.:
Yes
Photo verified by WriteAPrisoner.com:
Yes
Birth date:
12/23/1973 (age 47)
Eyes:
Brown
Hair:
Brown
Race / ethnicity:
Caucasian
Religion:
Christian
Interested in furthering their education:
No
Seeking prayer partners:
No
Seeking legal help:
No
Sex:
Male
Sexual identity / orientation:
Straight
Profile starts on:
11/9/2020
Profile ends on:
11/9/2021

Incarceration Information

On death row:
No
Incarcerated since:
1993
Serving life sentence:
Yes
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Official Links: This person is incarcerated in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

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