He has a violent history of fighting and no love for authority (cops). He felt the street life was appealing until prison came knocking on the door. One night of drunkenness and high off of whatever he could get his hands on changed our lives forever. ….
Just know that in 1997 Jazz was one of the fastest 400/800 meter runners in the country. Now, he’s labeled as a sex offender. Can’t live withing 2600 feet of school. Yet, there is a school on nearly every corner. When he was released in 2014, he was cleared to come home. One month later, he was forced to move because he is classified as an AB113-HRO!!! We found a nice place not too far from the old, which was approved by his former parole agent. We’ve live here since June 2014….. Now we have to leave again. He wears an ankle monitor!!!! What’s the problem. He does not go near schools. He hates to go outside now!! If you can track him 24/7 why the need for living restrictions. This is frustrating! How can he rehabilitate when the “system” keeps slapping him in the face???
We all know that prison is BIG BUSINESS; but no more. You can’t have my son! I will be his strength with God’s help. I will fight for his rights, especially when Agent Blueford tells me that he’s not an “offender” it’s just the LAW!!!
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