Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 27

Back to Jail

Article 15 UCMJ

Back to Jail The next morning we all headed back to Leesville. Having fallen asleep in the car, I don’t remember the ride. Once we arrived, we drove to Jane’s house to drop her off. I changed back into my jail clothes and Thundercloud took me back to VPSO. Jane’s house was just two streets …

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May 26

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Today is Memorial Day.¬† A day for remembering the men and women who died while serving in our country’s armed forces. This day is especially hard for me. As we recognize all those men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice while in uniform. I walk around every day with all the freedom they provided …

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May 20

Sting Operation

Sting Operation

  Sting Operation   The guard called me out of the cell with no explanation. This was to protect me from being labeled a snitch. I was going to be involved in a sting operation. Thundercloud had come to get me out and take me to Houston to set up my dealer. He told me …

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May 13

Inmate Life

Inmate Life

Inmate¬†Life The next day was 23 NOV, and I realized when that it was Thanksgiving Day. There was no celebration, no family, nothing. This was inmate life. Grits, slimy eggs and coffee were served for breakfast. Leaving the two man cell where I slept, I entered the common cell. I kept to myself and observed …

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May 06

Civilian Custody

Custody

Civilian Custody On my way to be processed again, I told Thundercloud that there was a dealer who sold to me and a bunch of soldiers. We all had the intent of distribution. Not just one or two hits, we were buying in bulk. There had to be a connection between this civilian and U.S. …

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