Monthly Archives: September 2014


“And now these remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Cor: 4 Reading the hand written words on the letters he writes and typing them is an interesting process. I feel I’ve been tasked … Continue reading

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Looking For Who I Was…

  A decade ago I went through trial. Jim Clark, my lawyer, had a plan to defend me that was to say screw everything else because he could prove I was innocent. The D.A. was saying the crime occurred between … Continue reading

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The Other Death Penalty: part 3

The seriousness of the Death Penalty and Life Without the Possibility of Parole are the same. Individuals sentenced to either one are sentenced to die in prison. Why then is one sentence treated far more seriously than the other? Why … Continue reading

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