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Prisoner's Plea

August 03, 1986

I have been in prison since March, 1983. Since then I have lost nearly all contacts with the outside world and I've never felt so lonely and rejected in all my life as I do at this time.

I am a white male, 40 years old, but loneliness doesn't pick any color, sex or age to fall upon. A letter may not mean much to most people but to me it would be a great thrill to come in from a hard day's work and find a friendly letter on my pillow.

So, if anyone would like to write and share a smile with a lonely man I'd be happy to hear from you, and, if you would like, you can send me a stamp so I can answer you faster as stamps are sometimes hard for me to get.

Thank you kindly, and may God Bless you and yours.


J.T.R.C.I. EF 160075

7175 Manor Road

Columbus, Ga. 31907

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