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  • Government Name: Roderick Sutton
  • Register Number: 60128-066
  • Age:33
  • Time Served:8 yrs.
  • Home Town:Easton, PA
  • Sentence:17 yrs.
  • Current Charge:Armed Bank Robbery; Firearm; Possession 5 grams or more of cocaine; Aiding & Abetting
  • Alias:Roach
  • Release Date:2019
  • Prison Affiliation:None
  • Circle of Influence:
  • Institution:Allenwood
  • Here is where everyone loses and what everyone does, time! Time takes, but time teaches.
  • Pardon Me: Obama Commutes Sentence of Chelsea Manning

    On January 18, 2017, just 48 hours before Barack Hussein Obama was prepping to relinquish the Presidency of this nation, I received a faxed letter from the Office of the Pardon Attorney on his behalf that stated in part, “The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton for commutation of sentence was carefully considered in this department and the White House, and the decision was reached that favorable action is not warranted. The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton was therefore denied by... READ MORE

  • 12 Years a Slave

    12 years ago, I stood inside Philadelphia’s Federal Detention Center’s (FDC Philadelphia) Receiving and Discharge unit, my mind blurred to the reality in front of me. “What’s your number?!” “6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6!” I reluctantly replied to the correctional overseer as I began to kneel down on the cold concrete slab that served as a bench to get shackled and handcuffed. 6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6 is what I had become, federal property complete with an eight digit bar... READ MORE

  • Interracial Relationships: 50 Years of Loving

    Bettmann/CORBIS 2017 will mark fifty years since the United States Supreme Court struck down laws prohibiting interracial marriage  in the ground breaking Loving v. Virginia case. Richard Loving, a European-American man and Mildred Jeter, a woman of African descent, just so happened to fall in love in the midst of the horrific Jim Crow civil rights era. They would eventually travel to Washington D.C. in 1958 and get married, then return back to Virginia where they lived. Just five weeks... READ MORE

  • Open Letter to My Little Queen

      Dear Sadesia, When the clock strikes exactly 3:34 a.m. on November 3rd you’ll be approximately 567,651,000 seconds old! Sadly, for the majority of those seconds I’ve been an absentee so-called father to you. I was too preoccupied with chasing a lifestyle of destruction. I was constantly in and out of prison because I was not mature enough to stop chasing that lifestyle; a lifestyle that would eventually force me to watch you grow into the beautiful young woman you have... READ MORE

  • Political Gangsters: Democrips and Rebloodlicans

    As the 2016 presidential election approaches, I sit back and watch the sheep-like acceptance of the many uninformed citizens willing to participate in a political process that is rigged by money, distorted by a biased media, and the lies peddled by the candidates about themselves and each other. These political gangsters are often selfish, greedy, vain, and most often racist. They lust for rule via secrecy, graft, deception, immorality, and dishonesty. They promise prosperity but deliver debt,... READ MORE

  • Marginalized: The Criminalization of a Race

    As the cycle of mass incarceration continues, prison will be an expected rite of passage into manhood for an even greater number of African American men. Sadly, most will consider their prison experience to be a badge of honor. Truth be told, more than any other ethnic group in this nation, people of African descent, particularly males, have endured the somber and debilitating impacts of prison. In 2010, African Americans comprised nearly 50% of the incarcerated population in America while... READ MORE

  • The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 2)

    Read The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 1). Once again the modern day Overseers have proven to the people of African descent that no matter how much we peacefully protest, our lives truly DO NOT MATTER! As I watched that horrific video of Philando Castile slaughtered in the backseat of a car in front of his fiancee and four year old daughter and left to bleed-out like a cattle, I almost shed tears! Tears of anger, frustration, humiliation, helplessness, and familiarity. It was... READ MORE

  • WARNING: The Emasculation of a Nation

    *DISCLAIMER* The views expressed hereafter are explicitly those of the author – me, Roderick Sutton. They do not represent the views of Live From Lockdown or its affiliates. It is no secret that the United States of America prides itself as being built on Christian principles. But, by all accounts, this nation should pride itself as being built on unadulterated hypocrisy. A hypocrisy that has slowly eroded the morality of it citizens. A hypocrisy that is emasculating this nation and... READ MORE

  • Father’s Day Thoughts from Prison

    Why is it that so many African-American fathers in this country are being so viciously spited by their own women and children? One of the reasons for this spite is a simple one. In ALL races around the world, the man is the ultimate protector of his woman and children. But in this country many African-American men have literally said, to hell with doing what’s naturally right. Many children have been left fatherless- to protect, raise, and guide themselves. WE have selfishly given up... READ MORE

  • A Mother’s Worth

    Chapter 2 Verse-1 Mom speak for me Mom tell the world about your pain that I helped create Mom even though I’m not there, please find someone who will listen Mom there must be someone, somewhere that will listen because there are far too many of us in here and we want to know, why? Mom speak for me Mom ask, why did your only son have to get so much time so he could live free? Mom, yes, I was bad but, did I truly deserve to be betrayed and sentenced to all this time while still in my... READ MORE

  • Pardon Me: Obama Commutes Sentence of Chelsea Manning

    On January 18, 2017, just 48 hours before Barack Hussein Obama was prepping to relinquish the Presidency of this nation, I received a faxed letter from the Office of the Pardon Attorney on his behalf that stated in part, “The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton for commutation of sentence was carefully considered in this department and the White House, and the decision was reached that favorable action is not warranted. The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton was therefore denied by... READ MORE

  • 12 Years a Slave

    12 years ago, I stood inside Philadelphia’s Federal Detention Center’s (FDC Philadelphia) Receiving and Discharge unit, my mind blurred to the reality in front of me. “What’s your number?!” “6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6!” I reluctantly replied to the correctional overseer as I began to kneel down on the cold concrete slab that served as a bench to get shackled and handcuffed. 6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6 is what I had become, federal property complete with an eight digit bar... READ MORE

  • Interracial Relationships: 50 Years of Loving

    Bettmann/CORBIS 2017 will mark fifty years since the United States Supreme Court struck down laws prohibiting interracial marriage  in the ground breaking Loving v. Virginia case. Richard Loving, a European-American man and Mildred Jeter, a woman of African descent, just so happened to fall in love in the midst of the horrific Jim Crow civil rights era. They would eventually travel to Washington D.C. in 1958 and get married, then return back to Virginia where they lived. Just five weeks... READ MORE

  • Open Letter to My Little Queen

      Dear Sadesia, When the clock strikes exactly 3:34 a.m. on November 3rd you’ll be approximately 567,651,000 seconds old! Sadly, for the majority of those seconds I’ve been an absentee so-called father to you. I was too preoccupied with chasing a lifestyle of destruction. I was constantly in and out of prison because I was not mature enough to stop chasing that lifestyle; a lifestyle that would eventually force me to watch you grow into the beautiful young woman you have... READ MORE

  • Political Gangsters: Democrips and Rebloodlicans

    As the 2016 presidential election approaches, I sit back and watch the sheep-like acceptance of the many uninformed citizens willing to participate in a political process that is rigged by money, distorted by a biased media, and the lies peddled by the candidates about themselves and each other. These political gangsters are often selfish, greedy, vain, and most often racist. They lust for rule via secrecy, graft, deception, immorality, and dishonesty. They promise prosperity but deliver debt,... READ MORE

  • Marginalized: The Criminalization of a Race

    As the cycle of mass incarceration continues, prison will be an expected rite of passage into manhood for an even greater number of African American men. Sadly, most will consider their prison experience to be a badge of honor. Truth be told, more than any other ethnic group in this nation, people of African descent, particularly males, have endured the somber and debilitating impacts of prison. In 2010, African Americans comprised nearly 50% of the incarcerated population in America while... READ MORE

  • The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 2)

    Read The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 1). Once again the modern day Overseers have proven to the people of African descent that no matter how much we peacefully protest, our lives truly DO NOT MATTER! As I watched that horrific video of Philando Castile slaughtered in the backseat of a car in front of his fiancee and four year old daughter and left to bleed-out like a cattle, I almost shed tears! Tears of anger, frustration, humiliation, helplessness, and familiarity. It was... READ MORE

  • WARNING: The Emasculation of a Nation

    *DISCLAIMER* The views expressed hereafter are explicitly those of the author – me, Roderick Sutton. They do not represent the views of Live From Lockdown or its affiliates. It is no secret that the United States of America prides itself as being built on Christian principles. But, by all accounts, this nation should pride itself as being built on unadulterated hypocrisy. A hypocrisy that has slowly eroded the morality of it citizens. A hypocrisy that is emasculating this nation and... READ MORE

  • Father’s Day Thoughts from Prison

    Why is it that so many African-American fathers in this country are being so viciously spited by their own women and children? One of the reasons for this spite is a simple one. In ALL races around the world, the man is the ultimate protector of his woman and children. But in this country many African-American men have literally said, to hell with doing what’s naturally right. Many children have been left fatherless- to protect, raise, and guide themselves. WE have selfishly given up... READ MORE

  • A Mother’s Worth

    Chapter 2 Verse-1 Mom speak for me Mom tell the world about your pain that I helped create Mom even though I’m not there, please find someone who will listen Mom there must be someone, somewhere that will listen because there are far too many of us in here and we want to know, why? Mom speak for me Mom ask, why did your only son have to get so much time so he could live free? Mom, yes, I was bad but, did I truly deserve to be betrayed and sentenced to all this time while still in my... READ MORE

  • Pardon Me: Obama Commutes Sentence of Chelsea Manning

    On January 18, 2017, just 48 hours before Barack Hussein Obama was prepping to relinquish the Presidency of this nation, I received a faxed letter from the Office of the Pardon Attorney on his behalf that stated in part, “The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton for commutation of sentence was carefully considered in this department and the White House, and the decision was reached that favorable action is not warranted. The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton was therefore denied by... READ MORE

  • 12 Years a Slave

    12 years ago, I stood inside Philadelphia’s Federal Detention Center’s (FDC Philadelphia) Receiving and Discharge unit, my mind blurred to the reality in front of me. “What’s your number?!” “6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6!” I reluctantly replied to the correctional overseer as I began to kneel down on the cold concrete slab that served as a bench to get shackled and handcuffed. 6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6 is what I had become, federal property complete with an eight digit bar... READ MORE

  • Interracial Relationships: 50 Years of Loving

    Bettmann/CORBIS 2017 will mark fifty years since the United States Supreme Court struck down laws prohibiting interracial marriage  in the ground breaking Loving v. Virginia case. Richard Loving, a European-American man and Mildred Jeter, a woman of African descent, just so happened to fall in love in the midst of the horrific Jim Crow civil rights era. They would eventually travel to Washington D.C. in 1958 and get married, then return back to Virginia where they lived. Just five weeks... READ MORE

  • Open Letter to My Little Queen

      Dear Sadesia, When the clock strikes exactly 3:34 a.m. on November 3rd you’ll be approximately 567,651,000 seconds old! Sadly, for the majority of those seconds I’ve been an absentee so-called father to you. I was too preoccupied with chasing a lifestyle of destruction. I was constantly in and out of prison because I was not mature enough to stop chasing that lifestyle; a lifestyle that would eventually force me to watch you grow into the beautiful young woman you have... READ MORE

  • Political Gangsters: Democrips and Rebloodlicans

    As the 2016 presidential election approaches, I sit back and watch the sheep-like acceptance of the many uninformed citizens willing to participate in a political process that is rigged by money, distorted by a biased media, and the lies peddled by the candidates about themselves and each other. These political gangsters are often selfish, greedy, vain, and most often racist. They lust for rule via secrecy, graft, deception, immorality, and dishonesty. They promise prosperity but deliver debt,... READ MORE

  • Marginalized: The Criminalization of a Race

    As the cycle of mass incarceration continues, prison will be an expected rite of passage into manhood for an even greater number of African American men. Sadly, most will consider their prison experience to be a badge of honor. Truth be told, more than any other ethnic group in this nation, people of African descent, particularly males, have endured the somber and debilitating impacts of prison. In 2010, African Americans comprised nearly 50% of the incarcerated population in America while... READ MORE

  • The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 2)

    Read The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 1). Once again the modern day Overseers have proven to the people of African descent that no matter how much we peacefully protest, our lives truly DO NOT MATTER! As I watched that horrific video of Philando Castile slaughtered in the backseat of a car in front of his fiancee and four year old daughter and left to bleed-out like a cattle, I almost shed tears! Tears of anger, frustration, humiliation, helplessness, and familiarity. It was... READ MORE

  • WARNING: The Emasculation of a Nation

    *DISCLAIMER* The views expressed hereafter are explicitly those of the author – me, Roderick Sutton. They do not represent the views of Live From Lockdown or its affiliates. It is no secret that the United States of America prides itself as being built on Christian principles. But, by all accounts, this nation should pride itself as being built on unadulterated hypocrisy. A hypocrisy that has slowly eroded the morality of it citizens. A hypocrisy that is emasculating this nation and... READ MORE

  • Father’s Day Thoughts from Prison

    Why is it that so many African-American fathers in this country are being so viciously spited by their own women and children? One of the reasons for this spite is a simple one. In ALL races around the world, the man is the ultimate protector of his woman and children. But in this country many African-American men have literally said, to hell with doing what’s naturally right. Many children have been left fatherless- to protect, raise, and guide themselves. WE have selfishly given up... READ MORE

  • A Mother’s Worth

    Chapter 2 Verse-1 Mom speak for me Mom tell the world about your pain that I helped create Mom even though I’m not there, please find someone who will listen Mom there must be someone, somewhere that will listen because there are far too many of us in here and we want to know, why? Mom speak for me Mom ask, why did your only son have to get so much time so he could live free? Mom, yes, I was bad but, did I truly deserve to be betrayed and sentenced to all this time while still in my... READ MORE

  • Pardon Me: Obama Commutes Sentence of Chelsea Manning

    On January 18, 2017, just 48 hours before Barack Hussein Obama was prepping to relinquish the Presidency of this nation, I received a faxed letter from the Office of the Pardon Attorney on his behalf that stated in part, “The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton for commutation of sentence was carefully considered in this department and the White House, and the decision was reached that favorable action is not warranted. The application of Roderick Pavon Sutton was therefore denied by... READ MORE

  • 12 Years a Slave

    12 years ago, I stood inside Philadelphia’s Federal Detention Center’s (FDC Philadelphia) Receiving and Discharge unit, my mind blurred to the reality in front of me. “What’s your number?!” “6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6!” I reluctantly replied to the correctional overseer as I began to kneel down on the cold concrete slab that served as a bench to get shackled and handcuffed. 6-0-1-2-8-0-6-6 is what I had become, federal property complete with an eight digit bar... READ MORE

  • Interracial Relationships: 50 Years of Loving

    Bettmann/CORBIS 2017 will mark fifty years since the United States Supreme Court struck down laws prohibiting interracial marriage  in the ground breaking Loving v. Virginia case. Richard Loving, a European-American man and Mildred Jeter, a woman of African descent, just so happened to fall in love in the midst of the horrific Jim Crow civil rights era. They would eventually travel to Washington D.C. in 1958 and get married, then return back to Virginia where they lived. Just five weeks... READ MORE

  • Open Letter to My Little Queen

      Dear Sadesia, When the clock strikes exactly 3:34 a.m. on November 3rd you’ll be approximately 567,651,000 seconds old! Sadly, for the majority of those seconds I’ve been an absentee so-called father to you. I was too preoccupied with chasing a lifestyle of destruction. I was constantly in and out of prison because I was not mature enough to stop chasing that lifestyle; a lifestyle that would eventually force me to watch you grow into the beautiful young woman you have... READ MORE

  • Political Gangsters: Democrips and Rebloodlicans

    As the 2016 presidential election approaches, I sit back and watch the sheep-like acceptance of the many uninformed citizens willing to participate in a political process that is rigged by money, distorted by a biased media, and the lies peddled by the candidates about themselves and each other. These political gangsters are often selfish, greedy, vain, and most often racist. They lust for rule via secrecy, graft, deception, immorality, and dishonesty. They promise prosperity but deliver debt,... READ MORE

  • Marginalized: The Criminalization of a Race

    As the cycle of mass incarceration continues, prison will be an expected rite of passage into manhood for an even greater number of African American men. Sadly, most will consider their prison experience to be a badge of honor. Truth be told, more than any other ethnic group in this nation, people of African descent, particularly males, have endured the somber and debilitating impacts of prison. In 2010, African Americans comprised nearly 50% of the incarcerated population in America while... READ MORE

  • The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 2)

    Read The Evolution of Overseer to Police Officer (Part 1). Once again the modern day Overseers have proven to the people of African descent that no matter how much we peacefully protest, our lives truly DO NOT MATTER! As I watched that horrific video of Philando Castile slaughtered in the backseat of a car in front of his fiancee and four year old daughter and left to bleed-out like a cattle, I almost shed tears! Tears of anger, frustration, humiliation, helplessness, and familiarity. It was... READ MORE

  • WARNING: The Emasculation of a Nation

    *DISCLAIMER* The views expressed hereafter are explicitly those of the author – me, Roderick Sutton. They do not represent the views of Live From Lockdown or its affiliates. It is no secret that the United States of America prides itself as being built on Christian principles. But, by all accounts, this nation should pride itself as being built on unadulterated hypocrisy. A hypocrisy that has slowly eroded the morality of it citizens. A hypocrisy that is emasculating this nation and... READ MORE

  • Father’s Day Thoughts from Prison

    Why is it that so many African-American fathers in this country are being so viciously spited by their own women and children? One of the reasons for this spite is a simple one. In ALL races around the world, the man is the ultimate protector of his woman and children. But in this country many African-American men have literally said, to hell with doing what’s naturally right. Many children have been left fatherless- to protect, raise, and guide themselves. WE have selfishly given up... READ MORE

  • A Mother’s Worth

    Chapter 2 Verse-1 Mom speak for me Mom tell the world about your pain that I helped create Mom even though I’m not there, please find someone who will listen Mom there must be someone, somewhere that will listen because there are far too many of us in here and we want to know, why? Mom speak for me Mom ask, why did your only son have to get so much time so he could live free? Mom, yes, I was bad but, did I truly deserve to be betrayed and sentenced to all this time while still in my... READ MORE


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