Category Archives: life in prison

Letters from New Folsom Prison: 21 days of ASU

  Sean spent 21 days at New Folsom Prison where he was kept for court. The following are excerpts from his letters. January 10 2017 “I just never thought I would miss Corcoran. New Folsom doesn’t have a “good yard” … Continue reading

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Felony Murder Rule

“Not enough people take a stand against Felony Murder Regulations. Other counties have far better justice systems. The US has lead our citizens to believe we are the greatest when in reality we are only the greatest at getting away … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

I saw this online from ICAN (Incarcerated Children’s Advocacy Network) today and it struck me… “Tonight, take a moment to remember all of the innocent men and women who are in prison for crimes they did not commit. For them, there … Continue reading

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Silver Linings

“…Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.” 1 COR 13:8 I literally found a bookmark today on the ground that had this Bible verse. It made me think of writing the … Continue reading

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REACH Bio Speech

Sean was recently accepted into the new REACH program at Corcoran State Prison. Being selected to participate in this program is an honor for only a handful of inmates. REACH stands for: Rehabilitating Educating And Creating Hope It is a … Continue reading

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Going on 7 months -Sean

7+ months since 9th Circuit Court- nothing but delays from the Attorney General The past several months have been real hard on me. Ever since we won in the 9th Circuit Court. I fully expected to be home by now. … Continue reading

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Family Visits (or lack thereof)

  Did you know that prison inmates with a life sentence are not allowed to have Family Visits? Yep, it’s true unfortunately. Years ago they passed a law stating that only those inmates with non-life sentences could be entitled to … Continue reading

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12 Years

  written by Sean O’Brien  2/28/2015 This March marks 12 full  years that I have been wrongfully incarcerated. My freedom was stolen from me at 16 years old, now I am 28 and still in prison for a crime I … Continue reading

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