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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.

Mission Impossible?

I want to pose a serious question that’s been weighing heavily on my mind and heart. As I once said before, prison will do a lot to you mentally, physically, and emotionally, for the good or bad, if you allow it. Most of us choose the bad for many reasons. In the beginning I too chose the bad because of the mind state I was in and the lifestyle I was living out there– the ‘Street Life. About seven or eight years into my bid I realized who and what the fuck I had become!! I realized I had put a lifestyle above what should’ve been royalty to me, my family, particularly my daughters!

For generations this lifestyle has caused SO MUCH PAIN and SUFFERING to our kids! I must agree with a previous comment that I was a half-assed dad. I chose to be in the club, in the streets, and into a lot of other things, instead of at work or at home building with mine. When we choose the street lifestyle and live the fast life, like many of us continue to do, in essence, we cause strain. We abandon our family and cause our children’s mothers to become fathers, or in many cases to venture off to find a suitable partner.  WHY GET MAD, WE CREATED THIS PROBLEM?! Many of us don’t understand this because one of the biggest flaws of people is pretending to be blind to their own mistakes, but fully aware of the mistakes of others. Smart people learn from their mistakes, but real sharp ones learn from the mistakes of others!

Once I took heed, I was on a mission to try to right the MANY wrongs I’ve done. In order for me to attempt to accomplish this mission, I had to get my mind right, which was hard and is still a work in progress. I progressed enough to attempt my mission, which is to make amends and communicate directly with the MANY people I have caused pain, particularly my daughter(s). Is this mission possible?


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