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  • 정부의 이름: Tewhan 버틀러
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  • 나이:나이
  • 시간 봉사:시간 제공
  • 홈 타운:고향
  • 문장:문장
  • 충전 전류:코카인을 배포 할 음모
  • 별명:별명
  • 릴리스 날짜:릴리스 날짜
  • 감옥 제휴:감옥 제휴
  • 영향력의 원:영향력의 원:
  • 제도:Institution of Confinement
  • 세부 사항
  • My Father’s a Police Officer, I’m in Prison: Let’s Talk Law Enforcement

    The following is a guest post from Deshawn Gall, a prisoner at United States Penitentiary Tucson. For twenty-five years my father Theotis Porter, who recently passed away, was a Cleveland Heights Police Officer. After his twenty-five years of service he retired due to health complications. As a child I witnessed him in action. I even have memories of riding through the streets of Cleveland in his cruiser that he kept parked out front of the house. The older I became, the more I grew infatuated... 자세히보기

  • Book Review of America’s Massacre by Tewhan Butler

    I give the book America’s Massacre five stars! I believe it breaks down the barriers of how people view urban youth and life in urban America. Even when people see the cover they may jump to a conclusion and forget to finish reading the title a Message of Hope. Tewhan Butler is a creative person who I don’t even believe society was ready for. He speaks for many who live and have lived this lifestyle and, for one reason or another, do not have a voice. Butler’s courage to... 자세히보기

  • 그들 가자

    당신에게서 떠날 수있는 사람이있다. 나는 당신이 말할 때 내 말 듣고! 할 때 다른 사람이 멀리 걸을 수, 그들이 걸어 보자. I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving you, calling you, caring about you, coming to see you, staying attached to you. When people can walk away from you let them walk. Your destiny is never tied to anybody who left. It is said that “they came from us that it might be made manifest that they were not for us. For had... 자세히보기

  • A Child of Addiction

    Take a walk with me. Look through my eyes. See what I see. Feel my reality. I was born in Fontana, raised between there and the East Side streets of Los Angeles. I am the epitome of a product of a broken home and a child who was born with a heart of gold that the world turned cold. I lost my mother a total of four times. Once from the ages 2-5, then ages 5-8 and from age 8 til about two months after my eleventh birthday. All three times my mother served three year bids in one of... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident 항상 진행

    This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. As the leader of our great nation, I would like to say I appreciate all things you have done and all the things that you’re doingI understand in a person in your position is looked at with the closest eye, so I say again job well done. I wish my grandmother was alive to see this for herself. You are who Dr. Martin Luther... 자세히보기

  • #동성 결혼 법에 폴백 DearMrPresident

    친애하는 미스터. 이 위대한 국가의 대통령과 지도자, 우리의 젊은 세대들이 성적을 선택할 수있는 기회를 제공하지 않습니다의 난 당신이 찬성 지금하고있는 동성 결혼 법을 생각한다. 지금은, 정부는 이러한 조치에 강경 노선을 추진하고있다. 저는 두 아이를 낳고 난 그들을위한 최고의하지만 아무것도하지 않으려는, 다들 폴백 내 가지가 자신의로 성장할 수 있도록하면 그래서 나는 감사하겠습니다. 저자 정보: 저메인 토마스는 수감자입니다 “운송” in the Federal Bureau of... 자세히보기

  • 좆 같은 현실입니다

    나는 그것이 그들이 배울 수있는 유일한 방법이기 때문에 경험 때문에 어떤 사람들은 살고, 자신을 위해 일을 배우고 경험해야 할 가장 좋은 선생님을 알고. 그냥 기억, 이 똥에 희생자가되면, 이 시스템, 그들은 당신이 그들에게 두 자릿수을 제공하거나 문자의 생명이나 자연 생활, 그것은 추한. 그것은 거리 그들에게 또는 여자 또는 엄마 나 아이들에게 돌아 가야 어렵다. 그것은이 나쁜에서 쉽게 얻을, 도대체 나가로 그것은 어렵다. These... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident I got your back!

    친애하는 미스터. 대통령: As the leader of this great nation, keep up the good work! I’m going to keep it real and say I don’t like politics, but I can comprehend them. 참조, as yourself, I have dealt with the government politics, state and federal. I was put in a hell of a position. Critics assume your job is easy or either that you’re being hardcore. In spite of you being an African American in the White House, you’re a monumental figure. Like my grandmother said,... 자세히보기

  • #가난한 사람들에 대해 무엇을 DearMrPresident?

    This is an unedited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P. (감옥 국) 시설.   Dear President Obama, Your presidency inspired many. We supported you from the streets to the penitentiary without fail. 그러나, we wonder if being President of the greatest nation on earth has any significance. Due to the fact that the poor is still poor, the disenfranchised are not receiving any justice and yet a black man is... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident: MEN STOP 프로그램 지원

      This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. 친애하는 미스터. 대통령, As the leader of this great nation you have not only made history, but I’ve also witnessed you in the accomplishment of many difficult feats for the betterment of our country, some harder than others to get accomplished, yet and still, you’ve overcome the hurdles that were put in front of you,... 자세히보기

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  • My Father’s a Police Officer, I’m in Prison: Let’s Talk Law Enforcement

    The following is a guest post from Deshawn Gall, a prisoner at United States Penitentiary Tucson. For twenty-five years my father Theotis Porter, who recently passed away, was a Cleveland Heights Police Officer. After his twenty-five years of service he retired due to health complications. As a child I witnessed him in action. I even have memories of riding through the streets of Cleveland in his cruiser that he kept parked out front of the house. The older I became, the more I grew infatuated... 자세히보기

  • Book Review of America’s Massacre by Tewhan Butler

    I give the book America’s Massacre five stars! I believe it breaks down the barriers of how people view urban youth and life in urban America. Even when people see the cover they may jump to a conclusion and forget to finish reading the title a Message of Hope. Tewhan Butler is a creative person who I don’t even believe society was ready for. He speaks for many who live and have lived this lifestyle and, for one reason or another, do not have a voice. Butler’s courage to... 자세히보기

  • 그들 가자

    당신에게서 떠날 수있는 사람이있다. 나는 당신이 말할 때 내 말 듣고! 할 때 다른 사람이 멀리 걸을 수, 그들이 걸어 보자. I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving you, calling you, caring about you, coming to see you, staying attached to you. When people can walk away from you let them walk. Your destiny is never tied to anybody who left. It is said that “they came from us that it might be made manifest that they were not for us. For had... 자세히보기

  • A Child of Addiction

    Take a walk with me. Look through my eyes. See what I see. Feel my reality. I was born in Fontana, raised between there and the East Side streets of Los Angeles. I am the epitome of a product of a broken home and a child who was born with a heart of gold that the world turned cold. I lost my mother a total of four times. Once from the ages 2-5, then ages 5-8 and from age 8 til about two months after my eleventh birthday. All three times my mother served three year bids in one of... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident 항상 진행

    This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. As the leader of our great nation, I would like to say I appreciate all things you have done and all the things that you’re doingI understand in a person in your position is looked at with the closest eye, so I say again job well done. I wish my grandmother was alive to see this for herself. You are who Dr. Martin Luther... 자세히보기

  • #동성 결혼 법에 폴백 DearMrPresident

    친애하는 미스터. 이 위대한 국가의 대통령과 지도자, 우리의 젊은 세대들이 성적을 선택할 수있는 기회를 제공하지 않습니다의 난 당신이 찬성 지금하고있는 동성 결혼 법을 생각한다. 지금은, 정부는 이러한 조치에 강경 노선을 추진하고있다. 저는 두 아이를 낳고 난 그들을위한 최고의하지만 아무것도하지 않으려는, 다들 폴백 내 가지가 자신의로 성장할 수 있도록하면 그래서 나는 감사하겠습니다. 저자 정보: 저메인 토마스는 수감자입니다 “운송” in the Federal Bureau of... 자세히보기

  • 좆 같은 현실입니다

    나는 그것이 그들이 배울 수있는 유일한 방법이기 때문에 경험 때문에 어떤 사람들은 살고, 자신을 위해 일을 배우고 경험해야 할 가장 좋은 선생님을 알고. 그냥 기억, 이 똥에 희생자가되면, 이 시스템, 그들은 당신이 그들에게 두 자릿수을 제공하거나 문자의 생명이나 자연 생활, 그것은 추한. 그것은 거리 그들에게 또는 여자 또는 엄마 나 아이들에게 돌아 가야 어렵다. 그것은이 나쁜에서 쉽게 얻을, 도대체 나가로 그것은 어렵다. These... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident I got your back!

    친애하는 미스터. 대통령: As the leader of this great nation, keep up the good work! I’m going to keep it real and say I don’t like politics, but I can comprehend them. 참조, as yourself, I have dealt with the government politics, state and federal. I was put in a hell of a position. Critics assume your job is easy or either that you’re being hardcore. In spite of you being an African American in the White House, you’re a monumental figure. Like my grandmother said,... 자세히보기

  • #가난한 사람들에 대해 무엇을 DearMrPresident?

    This is an unedited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P. (감옥 국) 시설.   Dear President Obama, Your presidency inspired many. We supported you from the streets to the penitentiary without fail. 그러나, we wonder if being President of the greatest nation on earth has any significance. Due to the fact that the poor is still poor, the disenfranchised are not receiving any justice and yet a black man is... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident: MEN STOP 프로그램 지원

      This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. 친애하는 미스터. 대통령, As the leader of this great nation you have not only made history, but I’ve also witnessed you in the accomplishment of many difficult feats for the betterment of our country, some harder than others to get accomplished, yet and still, you’ve overcome the hurdles that were put in front of you,... 자세히보기

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  • My Father’s a Police Officer, I’m in Prison: Let’s Talk Law Enforcement

    The following is a guest post from Deshawn Gall, a prisoner at United States Penitentiary Tucson. For twenty-five years my father Theotis Porter, who recently passed away, was a Cleveland Heights Police Officer. After his twenty-five years of service he retired due to health complications. As a child I witnessed him in action. I even have memories of riding through the streets of Cleveland in his cruiser that he kept parked out front of the house. The older I became, the more I grew infatuated... 자세히보기

  • Book Review of America’s Massacre by Tewhan Butler

    I give the book America’s Massacre five stars! I believe it breaks down the barriers of how people view urban youth and life in urban America. Even when people see the cover they may jump to a conclusion and forget to finish reading the title a Message of Hope. Tewhan Butler is a creative person who I don’t even believe society was ready for. He speaks for many who live and have lived this lifestyle and, for one reason or another, do not have a voice. Butler’s courage to... 자세히보기

  • 그들 가자

    당신에게서 떠날 수있는 사람이있다. 나는 당신이 말할 때 내 말 듣고! 할 때 다른 사람이 멀리 걸을 수, 그들이 걸어 보자. I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving you, calling you, caring about you, coming to see you, staying attached to you. When people can walk away from you let them walk. Your destiny is never tied to anybody who left. It is said that “they came from us that it might be made manifest that they were not for us. For had... 자세히보기

  • A Child of Addiction

    Take a walk with me. Look through my eyes. See what I see. Feel my reality. I was born in Fontana, raised between there and the East Side streets of Los Angeles. I am the epitome of a product of a broken home and a child who was born with a heart of gold that the world turned cold. I lost my mother a total of four times. Once from the ages 2-5, then ages 5-8 and from age 8 til about two months after my eleventh birthday. All three times my mother served three year bids in one of... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident 항상 진행

    This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. As the leader of our great nation, I would like to say I appreciate all things you have done and all the things that you’re doingI understand in a person in your position is looked at with the closest eye, so I say again job well done. I wish my grandmother was alive to see this for herself. You are who Dr. Martin Luther... 자세히보기

  • #동성 결혼 법에 폴백 DearMrPresident

    친애하는 미스터. 이 위대한 국가의 대통령과 지도자, 우리의 젊은 세대들이 성적을 선택할 수있는 기회를 제공하지 않습니다의 난 당신이 찬성 지금하고있는 동성 결혼 법을 생각한다. 지금은, 정부는 이러한 조치에 강경 노선을 추진하고있다. 저는 두 아이를 낳고 난 그들을위한 최고의하지만 아무것도하지 않으려는, 다들 폴백 내 가지가 자신의로 성장할 수 있도록하면 그래서 나는 감사하겠습니다. 저자 정보: 저메인 토마스는 수감자입니다 “운송” in the Federal Bureau of... 자세히보기

  • 좆 같은 현실입니다

    나는 그것이 그들이 배울 수있는 유일한 방법이기 때문에 경험 때문에 어떤 사람들은 살고, 자신을 위해 일을 배우고 경험해야 할 가장 좋은 선생님을 알고. 그냥 기억, 이 똥에 희생자가되면, 이 시스템, 그들은 당신이 그들에게 두 자릿수을 제공하거나 문자의 생명이나 자연 생활, 그것은 추한. 그것은 거리 그들에게 또는 여자 또는 엄마 나 아이들에게 돌아 가야 어렵다. 그것은이 나쁜에서 쉽게 얻을, 도대체 나가로 그것은 어렵다. These... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident I got your back!

    친애하는 미스터. 대통령: As the leader of this great nation, keep up the good work! I’m going to keep it real and say I don’t like politics, but I can comprehend them. 참조, as yourself, I have dealt with the government politics, state and federal. I was put in a hell of a position. Critics assume your job is easy or either that you’re being hardcore. In spite of you being an African American in the White House, you’re a monumental figure. Like my grandmother said,... 자세히보기

  • #가난한 사람들에 대해 무엇을 DearMrPresident?

    This is an unedited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P. (감옥 국) 시설.   Dear President Obama, Your presidency inspired many. We supported you from the streets to the penitentiary without fail. 그러나, we wonder if being President of the greatest nation on earth has any significance. Due to the fact that the poor is still poor, the disenfranchised are not receiving any justice and yet a black man is... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident: MEN STOP 프로그램 지원

      This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. 친애하는 미스터. 대통령, As the leader of this great nation you have not only made history, but I’ve also witnessed you in the accomplishment of many difficult feats for the betterment of our country, some harder than others to get accomplished, yet and still, you’ve overcome the hurdles that were put in front of you,... 자세히보기

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  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • >
  • My Father’s a Police Officer, I’m in Prison: Let’s Talk Law Enforcement

    The following is a guest post from Deshawn Gall, a prisoner at United States Penitentiary Tucson. For twenty-five years my father Theotis Porter, who recently passed away, was a Cleveland Heights Police Officer. After his twenty-five years of service he retired due to health complications. As a child I witnessed him in action. I even have memories of riding through the streets of Cleveland in his cruiser that he kept parked out front of the house. The older I became, the more I grew infatuated... 자세히보기

  • Book Review of America’s Massacre by Tewhan Butler

    I give the book America’s Massacre five stars! I believe it breaks down the barriers of how people view urban youth and life in urban America. Even when people see the cover they may jump to a conclusion and forget to finish reading the title a Message of Hope. Tewhan Butler is a creative person who I don’t even believe society was ready for. He speaks for many who live and have lived this lifestyle and, for one reason or another, do not have a voice. Butler’s courage to... 자세히보기

  • 그들 가자

    당신에게서 떠날 수있는 사람이있다. 나는 당신이 말할 때 내 말 듣고! 할 때 다른 사람이 멀리 걸을 수, 그들이 걸어 보자. I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving you, calling you, caring about you, coming to see you, staying attached to you. When people can walk away from you let them walk. Your destiny is never tied to anybody who left. It is said that “they came from us that it might be made manifest that they were not for us. For had... 자세히보기

  • A Child of Addiction

    Take a walk with me. Look through my eyes. See what I see. Feel my reality. I was born in Fontana, raised between there and the East Side streets of Los Angeles. I am the epitome of a product of a broken home and a child who was born with a heart of gold that the world turned cold. I lost my mother a total of four times. Once from the ages 2-5, then ages 5-8 and from age 8 til about two months after my eleventh birthday. All three times my mother served three year bids in one of... 자세히보기

  • #DearMrPresident 항상 진행

    This is an un-edited letter as part of our #DearMrPresident series of letters to President Barack Obama from inmates in B.O.P (감옥 국) 시설. As the leader of our great nation, I would like to say I appreciate all things you have done and all the things that you’re doingI understand in a person in your position is looked at with the closest eye, so I say again job well done. I wish my grandmother was alive to see this for herself. You are who Dr. Martin Luther... 자세히보기

  • #동성 결혼 법에 폴백 DearMrPresident

    친애하는 미스터. 이 위대한 국가의 대통령과 지도자, 우리의 젊은 세대들이 성적을 선택할 수있는 기회를 제공하지 않습니다의 난 당신이 찬성 지금하고있는 동성 결혼 법을 생각한다. 지금은, 정부는 이러한 조치에 강경 노선을 추진하고있다. 저는 두 아이를 낳고 난 그들을위한 최고의하지만 아무것도하지 않으려는, 다들 폴백 내 가지가 자신의로 성장할 수 있도록하면 그래서 나는 감사하겠습니다. 저자 정보: 저메인 토마스는 수감자입니다 “운송” in the Federal Bureau of... 자세히보기

  • 좆 같은 현실입니다

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