Lincoln Correctional Center
Inmate Number: K53688
I would like to start by thanking all the wonderful and genuine people that take the time to get to know me without any judgements or prejudice. I am currently 162 months into this 183 month journey. If you have positive energy and a good conversation feel free to contact me. I am a open book with no problem answer any question honestly. I have 4 children, three sons and one daughter. I interact with them daily. I am a loving father, son, and brother. I have a strong support system but its always good to meet new people and make new friends. Most people ask me how is it that my current state hasn’t jaded me. My response is I refuse to let one situation change the care of who I am. As an innocent man it has been no cake walk or easy talk. It has become common place to see wrongfully convicted people released after decades in prison. This lets me know three things first my time is coming, second I am not the first person to experience this, and third unfortunately I wont be the last person to have this experience. My story is a simple one my ex-girlfriend sent me to prison trying to send me to jail. My crime was being honest about dealing with more than one woman, while it was cool in the begining over the years things changed once feelings and emotions got involved. I will go deeper into that in personal communications. I will say love and hate are two sides of the same coin. This is the reason she continues to help me try and fix this situation. My story is far from over after 13 years multiple arguments and appeals. I’m finally back in court with the evidence needed to prove my case. My next court date is 5-1-23 if you are trying to make a friend, just be nosy, or provide some legal help reach out. I have all my arrest reports, trial transcripts and affidavits available. My goal is to win my case and try to get my job back at the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) life was pretty good as an employee of the city of Chicago before my life got crazy. I ask for no sympathy I understand my short coming. I know that things wont be easy my energy will be spent moving forward and making life better instead of looking back at what might have been. Text seems to be the easiest way to communicate send a message let me see what you have to say.