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  • Nama Kerajaan: Kenneth Key
  • Daftar Bilangan: A70562
  • Umur:57
  • Masa Berkhidmat:33 tahun
  • Bandar Utama:Chicago, IL
  • Hukuman:888 tahun (Natural Life)
  • Caj Semasa:Armed Robbery, Penculikan
  • Alias:Blue & Ananyah Ben Yisrael
  • Melepaskan Tarikh:N / A
  • Gabungan Penjara:N / A
  • Circle Pengaruh:Jamel Miller
  • Institusi:Stateville Pemasyarakatan Pusat
  • You will rise in direct proportion to the decrease in your negative thoughts, words and actions

Penjara: You’ve Been Warned



Now that I have introduced myself and you understand my purpose and reason for reaching out to you, it is my hope that these writings will be a conduit for hope, galakan, insight, a challenge, and vision.

If I did not care I would say we could use some more weak-minded prey and I assure you some of you would be just that. For prison is certainly a place where only the strong survive. We are killing each other in order to maintain this system that incarcerates us. Our self-hatred is the greatest weapon of the Euro-Gentile to maintain their success. Yet we holler #BlackLivesMatter, while we kill our brothers and sisters.

In my attempt to paint life in prison with a broad brushstroke I thought I would go around to speak with various brothers, and I asked two questions:

1.) What is their biggest regret being in prison?

2.) If they could give the youth a message what would it be?

Tony is 30-years-old with 12-years served in prison. His biggest regret is not being there for his son and family. Family is something you miss when you are locked up. Tony’s message to you is the game is played out. There’s nothing new you that you could bring to this game. Find a positive and productive route.

Otis is 48-years-old with 31-years served in prison. His biggest regret is being stuck in time, unable to move forward with life and society. He wants you to know that prison is not a cool way to establish you are tough. If you truly love yourself, prison is not the place to be.

Lastly, Brother Gaston is 59-years-old with 25-years served in prison. His biggest regret is the pain he caused his mother by not being around for her and for his son and daughter. His message is listen to your parents. Your life depends on it. School and education is a must. Knowledge is the key.

What’s the recurring theme? Prison is not the place you want to be, twenty-two hours every day in a cell. I started this long journey in my twenties, and I’m still here with no family, estranged from my brother who won’t let me speak to my ailing mother. My only child is just six cells down from serving LIFE as well.

If you think crime pays, come on. I can promise you thirty days in and you will wish you hadn’t made that choice.

From time-to-time I will share the regrets of others and their message. This is our world, and no, this is not what you see on TV; I assure you. Prison is a place of loneliness and despair. Ya, prison is lonely despite people being here. Family and friends will disappear while you are in prison.

You have the opportunity to turn your life around before getting stuck and then making the adjustments. Prison is overflowing with negative energy, contempt, profound hatred, and hardship you’ve yet to experience. You’ve been warned!

Live from Stateville (max) Correctional Center


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