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John Hernandez

John is 38 years old and incarcerated in the US (TX).

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Thank you for taking the time to read my profile and for giving me this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is John but most people call me Lil Johnny. I am one of five siblings from Midlothian, Texas. I grew up camping, swimming, fishing and enjoying the great outdoors.

I’m outgoing and open-minded. I have a passion for drawing and poetry. I am an animal lover. I enjoy making people smile. I tend to daydream a lot and try to imagine a life on the outside. Being incarcerated is a very humbling experience and I will be the first to admit that I am definitely looking forward to regaining my freedom…

I believe I am more than just this number they gave me. I made some bad decisions which led to my incarceration, but I refuse to allow that to determine who I truly am as a person. It has not stopped me from growing and moving forward in a positive manner.

I continue to educate myself and take full advantage of programs that will benefit my growth. I enjoy learning new things about myself as well as others.

I love working with my hands and fixing things. I also enjoy reading books, writing letters and communicating with people all over the world. ALL correspondence is welcome. Please be sure to enclose a return address though, as I can only reply by snail mail at this time. I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Wishes,
Lil Johnny


This is the ones serving for us.
So we can make sure our kids get safely on their bus.
So we can live fancy lives & the American dream.
Not have to go across seas & hear those terrible screams
Of a mother or child
Who’s lost a loved one to the war.
Or just having to experience all the blood & gore.
So when you see a soldier
Give them words of praise
Tell them that you’re grateful
for what they sacrificed each day.
When they were so far from home
In a land far away
Not knowing if they would return
To live out their days
for all the ones who have fallen
Never to return
When you look down from Heaven
Know that our hearts still burn
One day we’ll meet again & sing praises in the sky
Never again have to worry about bombs on some guy.
Land of the free & home of the brave.
Only 2 times a year we put flags on their graves
but what about the other 363 days?
So find you a soldier
I’m sure there’s one close
Raise up your glasses
Let’s make a toast
To the ones that represent that red, white & blue
To the ones that have families
Just like me & you.
To the ones across seas.
Still risking their neck
So we can live comfortable lives
While they serve & protect.
Thank You God for the soldiers
for the sacrifice they give
Watch over them Lord & protect their kids
Be with their families & bring them back home
Deliver them from the lands
Where the enemies roam.

Written by: John Hernandez

Date of Birth: 08/16/1983 (38 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: Multi-Racial
Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
Body Type: Average
Hometown: Midlothian, Texas (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Non-Denominational
Astrological Sign: Leo

Profile will end on: 06/18/2022

John Hernandez #01691246

Coffield Unit
2661 FM 2054
Tennessee Colony, TX 75884

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Incarcerated Since: 2009
Sentence Received: 45 years
Earliest Release: 2032

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Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon

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