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Friday, November 18, 2005

Women inmates: Send love, cash

By Greg Reeves
Star reporter Joe Lambe's story about women inmates who are making money with online ads for pen pals featured a teeny screen shot of personal advertiser Tasha Robinson, an inmate at the Chillicothe Corrections Center.
You can find Tasha and her inmate pals at www.writeaprisoner.com. Here's her ad:

  • I would consider myself to be warm hearted, passionate, sincere, bright spirited and deep felt.
  • I'm seeking legal assistance. Someone that is caring, understanding, and doesn't mind helping me out of a messy situation. I made a bad choice when I was a teen and that is having a long term effect on my life.
  • If you are whole-heartedly willing to help me get a second chance in life, please write sooner rather than later.

As Joe's story points out, Tasha is serving time for murder. This blog is about crime and justice, and this picture, from writeaprisoner, does her more justice:



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