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John-Russell Bosse

John-Russell is 47 and incarcerated in the US (CT).

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Have you found in life what matters most? If you have, please read on.
Do you yearn to build trust and connection? If so, I am with you.
Do you feel the seamless bond of optimism and pragmatism?
If you do feel, if you do yearn, and you have found, then our spirits are, indeed, of the same signet and scroll. I’m looking for help building a network of friends who’ll join my war for humanity over institutions.
My interests include art, movies, music (everything from soft rock and folk to extreme metal and rap), writing (Some work is on, chess (USCF rating 1868), philosophy, science, and debate (I especially love attacking my own arguments from different angles.).
I love dolphins, ufology, and mystical experiences.
I feel my week or month should be marked by at least one profound or original thought. I’d tell you my last, but I forgot it.
As an unrepentant-Humanist-and-unreligious heritic-who’s reversed engineered Christianity-to-the-human(mystic)-who-started-it, I’m certain that in earlier times, I’d be set on fire.
If everyone is doing one thing, I usually try to do it another way. Does this make me inventive, crazy, cool, eccentric, or a dork? You decide.
Why can’t prisoners be active contributors to society? Because I can’t figure out why I can’t, I act as much a member of the outside community as I can.
I’m not looking for a love-muffin, skypie, candy cane world. Let’s be real. May we dream, though, to help people realize how much our world already relies on trust. By appreciating this, we can each not only coexist peacefully with our adversaries, but we can help build upon civilization – being brave, innovative, ideologically diverse, and open.
Don’t let this profile, that’s mostly about me, fool you. I’m a great listener. I’m even listening to myself read this out loud.
Fair warning, though, I’m a farter.
If your attention has survived my candor, we should survive at least our first five letters.
May we meet on roads converging and bright. Until then, peace find you.

Date of Birth: 03/28/1976 (47 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: N/A
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: N/A
Ethnicity: N/A
Eye Color: N/A
Hair Color: N/A
Height: N/A
Body Type: Average
Hometown: Lynn, Massachusetts (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: N/A
Astrological Sign: Aries

Profile will end on: 08/08/2024

John-Russell Bosse #291007

Garner Correctional Institution
50 Nunnawauk Road,
Newtown, CT 06470

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Incarcerated Since: 2001
Sentence Received: 55 years
Earliest Release: N/A

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Assault on Office
Attempted Kidnapping
Attempted Sexual Assault

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