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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31
Chapter 32
Chapter 33
Chapter 34
Chapter 35
Chapter 36
Chapter 37
Chapter 38
Chapter 39
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GUILTY BUT INNOCENT: FROM A TEEN TO A CON

GUILTY BUT INNOCENT: FROM A TEEN TO A CON

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This is a true story about a young boy, who never had a chance
in the world as we know it, saving the lives of his family, took
away any chance he had in the free world. He was sent to one
of the worst prison’s at a very young age of 14 and to the con’s
there he was considered fi sh bait and that was the end of the
world as he knew it. He had to fi ght to survive and to stay alive,
among other things, that you will soon read about.
Life of an inmate is very tough at time’s but the life of a 14 year
old inmate around grown harden murderes, rapist and other evil
men is almost unimagineable. He was in a manor of speaking a
sheep thrown to the wolves.
Guilty of the crimes committed, innocent by the violent, inhuman
enviroment of the corrupt systems that he struggled to survive
in....one of America’s most violent prisons, as a teenage boy....
McAlester....Big Mac....
I want the thank my grandaughter Bayleigh N. Etheridge who
was instrumental in helping me in the typing of this book. Johnny’s
great neice that can’t wait until the she meets the man behind this
story.
I Love you Johnny and you can always count on me.
Your Loving Sister,
Betty Jean Taylor
This is a true story about a young boy, who never had a chance
in the world as we know it, saving the lives of his family, took
away any chance he had in the free world. He was sent to one
of the worst prison’s at a very young age of 14 and to the con’s
there he was considered fi sh bait and that was the end of the
world as he knew it. He had to fi ght to survive and to stay alive,
among other things, that you will soon read about.
Life of an inmate is very tough at time’s but the life of a 14 year
old inmate around grown harden murderes, rapist and other evil
men is almost unimagineable. He was in a manor of speaking a
sheep thrown to the wolves.
Guilty of the crimes committed, innocent by the violent, inhuman
enviroment of the corrupt systems that he struggled to survive
in....one of America’s most violent prisons, as a teenage boy....
McAlester....Big Mac....
I want the thank my grandaughter Bayleigh N. Etheridge who
was instrumental in helping me in the typing of this book. Johnny’s
great neice that can’t wait until the she meets the man behind this
story.
I Love you Johnny and you can always count on me.
Your Loving Sister,
Betty Jean Taylor

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