Toby is 56 years old and incarcerated in the US (TX).
My dear friend,
Imprisonment has the potential to mar evidence of rehabilitation and obscure obvious change and render an individual bound to travel the horrid halls of negativity. But in spite of all the ills associated with imprisonment –by the Mercy and Grace of the Most High God, Whom Kept me Clothe in my Right Mind– I’ve been able to pursue growth and development; from entering prison as a high school dropout to possessing a bachelor’s degree.
Amidst many accomplishments, I’m a published author with a documentary for Netflix (“I Am a Killer”, Season 2, Episode 10 called “Something Hideous”), and pursuing to become a paralegal.
I sincerely hope that, in spite of my predicament, I’m able to bestow upon you something you can find beneficial for your life.
We’re often in life encumbered by atrocities, particularly out of our childhood, that we find ourselves traveling life’s journey imbued with bitterness, attributable to obscuring our perception, which prevents us from seeking to extract an appreciation for having survived in the first place. Such an appreciation has the potential to catapult us into our purpose. There’s so much to experience in life in spite of what we’ve endured in life. Therefore, I hope that within our friendship, we’ll be able to discover more to positively accomplish in life in spite of what we’ve endured.
P.S. Please include a mailing address if you write me on JPay, so I can write you back. Also, you can find here an article that I wrote, titled “Law of Parties v. Mitigating Circumstances.” Let me know what you think!
• Date of Birth: 08/04/1964 (56 years old)
• Gender: Male
• Marital Status: Single
• Sexual Orientation: Straight
• Race: Black or African American
• Ethnicity: N/A
• Eye Color: Brown
• Hair Color: Bald
• Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
• Body Type: Athletic
• Hometown: Louisiana (USA)
• Spoken Languages: English
• Religion: Christian
• Astrological Sign: Leo
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• Incarcerated Since: 1984
• Sentence Received: 20 years to life
• Earliest Release: 2021