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  • Serikali ya Jina: Emmanuel Ausar Jones
  • Idadi kujiandikisha: 28486-050
  • Umri:29
  • Muda aliwahi:N /
  • Nyumbani Town:Jersey City, NJ
  • Sentence:30 miaka
  • Sasa Mfawidhi:Mauaji, Utekaji nyara, RICO, Att. Mauaji, Firearm violations, Att. Murder of a Federal informant while incarcerated
  • Alias:Killer-E
  • Kutolewa Tarehe:2030
  • Gerezani Maegemeo:Damu (Ukingo)
  • Mzunguko wa Ushawishi:Tewhan Butler, Altariq Gumbs, Kenneth Thompson, Cedric Brown
  • Taasisi:FCI McKean
  • Getting Bloods to unite in cause for the growth and development of our youth to prevent further incarceration.

Happy Father’s Day


I would like to say Happy Father’s Day to my mother for playing that role the best she could. I understand the term father represents a male parent, but it also represents an originator, role model, early leader, and one who can help guide you the best way they can. The morals my mother gave me helps me be a better person today.

My mother helped teach me how to love my child and be the best father I could be by loving me the same way. No matter the trials and the adversity I have to go through, I will always do my best to help guide my child. And not only my daughter but anyone who needs guidance. You never know who you can be a father figure to, especially in prison.

So many young men get arrested in that boyhood stage of development because of improper guidance. We don’t realize that consciousness is a possibility or potential, but it must be nurtured in order for it to it manifest. One has to take the duty of a father figure to help our young realize their potential.

More than anything, I want to get out of prison and be that father my daughter never experienced. It’s a true and hurtful statement, and it’s many prisoners’ reality. I thank my brothers, my sisters and my mother for being there for my daughter.

I recently saw my daughter, and there is a feeling that only a father can have for his baby girl. I know what I’m missing out on. It’s important that every father understand that his decisions are binding. We have to be more responsible.

You will never understand the role of a father until you start being one. There’s no perfect father but we all can strive to become one; setting expectations on a daily basis, creating habits that will produce a better relationship between us and our children. We have to interact with them and do our best to understand what they are going through as children.

I have to cut this short though. This is a painful subject. To know the love a child has for you and the want for her father to be there in her life is something you can never get over. It’s motivation though. You take that pain and anger and use it to make yourself a better person. I used to just get physical when I was upset, now I workout or read a book. Growth is important. Kwanza, you have to be real with yourself. What’s more important? It’s the only way.

mapambano inaendelea……….


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