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I only have 50 days now.  Clocks ticking.  Chris Arbor’s out of Portland, but he’s also gonna oversee Biddeford probation.  Now sure who my P.O. will be.  probably be some newby who wants to make a name for himself.

Yes, I am fat.  I started doing just strength training, and no cardio.  I’ll walk more when it gets lighter longer.  Plus, when I get out I’ll be able to go biking and I will walk around way more.  But, regardless, it doesn’t but me much; it’ll get better.

Movin’ to a new city’s kinda nerve-wracking.

Thanks for the shout-out on WMPG!

Peace,

Rocky

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I was in seg for a month.  All they five is a blue pencil to write with.  I enjoyed seg.  It took me all that time to read a 500 page book.  Did a lot of push-ups.  Like the solitude and room service.

I’m not sure what to write for the Project.

Work hard. Freedom is a second away from the illusion of freedom.

Something.  I’ll think of something.  When on probation, freedom is just an illusion for me.  Suicide and murder, always on the back burner.  Have thirteen months left.  Have been unassigned for four months.  And lost a month for seg.  Ridiculous.  All for being held accountable for helping a friend.  Just went for an eye exam.  My eyes were fine before I came in seg.  Lost every last bit of my stamina down in seg. Sux.  Gonna take me forever to get them back.  Doing a transition class.  Wish I would just die. The registry.  How could I have been so stupid?  How?  Why?  That was the best of my thinking.  Just wish someone would just put me out of my misery.  I can’t, don’t have the ca hones.

I’m scared to get out – sensory overload.  My gf’s gone.  My friends gone.  I have to start over.  New town.  New people. New life.  I hate change.  That’s life – change.

Have to close this letter not saying anything.  Well, I write again soon.

Rocky

My name is John Redcorn & I want to achieve total fitness. I work out every day & I exercise my mind with my case manager, Kristen, going over things with the packet with what I have to achieve. Also I wanna get back in touch with my native heritage, which is Cherokee. I’m going to go to the native pow-wows. They do it their way, I do it mine. I stand in for any colors. Jesus gave me a second chance to live for, pretty much smarten up. My favorite color is blue. My favorite guards are Deb, Florida & Duddly. (I don’t mean to single anyone out.) My cellmates are Uncle Dok and my brother Rage. I like Reece Witherspoon, too. He’s a good guy. And my ex-roommate Chad Nazer, & Jeff “Sparky” Tyler is cool too. And Cody over there at sermon. Eric Munson’s crazy. He’s a good guy. I wanna say “Hi” to my folks. Frank & his situation – man – I feel for him. When I get out I wanna send a special prayer to each & every prisoner & to everyone a special thanks. I’ve learned a lot. Amen.

Hi, my name is Bruce Holt and I am currently incarcerated at the Maine Correctional Center where I was seeing a doctor named Bevin McNally. She was great to work with. She really helped me get myself back on a stable mental health and to get me in the gym working out and running at least once a day and work on making myself a better person for my girl so I just wanted to say:

Thank you so much Bevin, you really were great and taught me a lot.

Thanks.

– Bruce Holt
MDOC# 69031

Yesterday me and another guy were going to the gym. When we got to Sallyport, the other guy (which was Rage) wanted to pray to get good hoodoo going. We got in the stairwell & we were away from the other guys and we prayed quickly.

But when we went upstairs Officer Mango in Sallyport control held us back. He’d seen u s on camera & was asking us what we had been doing. Praying, said Rage. Mango told us not to do it again that it wasn’t chapel. Definitely the last time he said. I thought it was stupid. I guess he doesn’t like praying. Maybe he’s a Satanist. Rage said that since we got shit for praying it was like persecution & that made it worth even more hoodoo. It’s stupid that Mango hates Christians. If he prayed, maybe Jesus would help him lose weight.

I love you, Erin! Pick up the phone!

– Bruce Holt
MDOC# 69031

My name is Steve Allen. I’ve been at York County for six months on a domestic & its the worst jail to be at.

We have to pay $1.00 for pencils. We don’t have any exercise area, just a 20 x 20 pen with a roof, where we can walk in circles. We pay for our cups, our sporks.

I just went to my little brother’s funeral (with only 3 days left to serve & no trouble my whole time here) and I had to pay York County $250 just to go!

So, I’m outta here tomorrow.

Love to my bro Bobby Sheehan.

Oh, thanks for all the drug & alcohol counseling (not!).

When I get out tomorrow, I’m gonna smoke a fatty!

– Steve Allen

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