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I’m a lonely man locked away for trying a very bad thing. I’m looking for a lonely gal to share ideas and friendship. Get to know and be there for her. A man locked away where she can come for conversation, passion and friendship.
I have dark desires in my heart. I want to send out letters filled with chained passion and shared fantasies. Shower you with words as I stroke your soul and caress the animal that makes us human.
Why lie and be another fake guy? I can be nice when needed but desire to find a woman who is also tired of games; who wants her spirit held and her heart bitten. Enough is…enough. What do you want and are you lonely enough to say, “I want what he is offering!”?
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Incarcerated for: Attempted Murder of President
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You will need inmate's name and number to conduct a search: Francisco Duran #19588-016
The two-week trial was a battle of specialists who gave far different opinions on Duran's mental state. Mental health specialists for the defense insisted that Duran, a hotel upholsterer from suburban Colorado Springs, is a paranoid schizophrenic who had no intention of shooting at the president.
Defense psychiatrists and psychologists said Duran was trying to destroy a "mist" that was connected by an umbilical cord to an alien being he encountered in the Colorado mountains. Duran, they said, believed it was his duty to destroy the mist, which was controlling the White House, to save the government and the world.
Public defenders A.J. Kramer and Leigh A. Kenny, who would not comment on the verdict, argued that Duran never meant to hurt anyone. They argued that he did not hear two Indiana school boys say they thought they saw someone on the White House lawn who looked like Clinton.
But doctors hired by prosecutors said that Duran was faking mental illness and that he was antisocial and narcisstic. Johnson said in her closing argument that Duran simply wanted to be famous. He told his wife and friends to cash in on his fame by appearing on tabloid television shows and by selling business cards on which he had written violent, threatening messages.
The prosecution called more than 60 witnesses to show that Duran had talked often of anarchy and that he hated government in general and Clinton in particular.
According to testimony, Duran bought an SKS semiautomatic rifle in Colorado on Sept. 13. That was the day Clinton signed into law the most recent crime bill, which bans the sale of military-style weapons such as the SKS.
Duran left Colorado on Sept. 30. When he arrived in the Washington area on Oct. 10, he moved from hotel to hotel, staying for a few days at the Washington Hilton, the site of John W. Hinckley Jr.'s attempt to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981.
Originally posted by kdog1982
reply to post by Destinyone
Wow,destinyone,that was a pretty quick response.
Do you frequent these penpal sites??