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I'm currently serving a Life 25 year sentence that I am going to appeal.I would like to find someone I can connect with through letters.I'm attracted to strong, independent women who aren't afraid to speak their minds and don't care what people think about them, but are also loving, kind and open minded.My name is Brandon, I'm 27 years old, I'm 5'7" and 180 lbs.I'm a genuine and straightforward man that likes to smile and laugh.I strive to accomplish my goals and get what I want in life. I think it's important to be real and always be yourself. Positive people only :)Looking forward to your letter!I look forward to getting your letters and learning more about you. Right now I really do feel like a lost soul and I wonder if I'll ever see the outside world.

I'm 29 years old with Italian, French and Native mix.I enjoy all kinds of sports from hockey, football to baseball. I've been inside now since 2005 and was looking forward to being free back in Jan / 2017 but because of a stabbing I received 8 more years.I'm very straightforward and non-judgmental and I live each day to the fullest. I've spent almost my entire life in prison, Maximum security prisons and the Special Handling Unit.In 2014 I set a legal precedence for habeas corpus (self-represented). I'm in the max which means I'm locked down all the time. Preferably between the ages of 19 - 25 but I will reply to any and all interesting women. I have a great sense of humour, love to laugh and have fun.I have written 6 books that I have received rave reviews for however, they are still unpublished as I'm waiting for the right timing and funding to publish them. I'm down to earth and capable of carrying on engaging conversations.

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