Derrick Leonard
Entering the prison, sealing your fate. A new life to live, finding your place. Some people choose gangs, that isn't for me. I came here alone, I'll stand on my own feet. People use drugs, for numbing the pain. Not realizing the problems, they're going to gain. It's all smiles going on visits with bliss. It's all frowns coming back, from family missed. We're not the only ones doing the time. We don't think of that when we're doing the crime.

They speak of reform, but it's just a racket I see. Shutting down schools, investing in prisons modern $1.00 a day slavery. Shouldn't it be a conflict of interest when, the state makes money off of the prison they'd want to fill them? Say for example, the state makes some shirts. (In prison) they use the cheapest material, and of course the labor. Now they have product, costing next to nothing to make. They say that we need it,(inmates) and charge a huge markup to the state . (Budget)

That's like insider trading with supply and demand, because they already know what they'll need in advance . (Inmate population). Tax dollars line the pockets of Uncle Sam.
Derrick Leonard # 430675/1887802
ECI West
30420 Revells Neck Road  
Westover, MD 21890 USA
Sex
Male
DOB
01/07/79
Seeking
Women
Race
Caucasian
Religion
Chritian
Conviction
Attempted Murder Use of Handgun in the Commission of a Felony
Release Date
08/19/25
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