I'm going to stop this right there. Having read everything, I see why you've had so much absence for months.Michuru wrote: ↑Fri Jun 01, 2018 12:31 amOur story begins way back in 2015, in the magical land of Virginia. It was there that a young man named John made the latest in a series of poor decisions—one that saw him sentenced to twenty years. John, not one to really learn from his mistakes, blamed the mother of his children for his situation. During their visits and phone calls, he told her frequently that it was her fault. She grew tired of the verbal abuse and told him that she was moving—she was taking their children back to their home state of Illinois.
After serving a year of his sentence, John was released for good behavior in early 2017.
Also... WTF was that parole board thinking?! How he did even get a chance for parole after 1 year of a 20 year sentence? How did he even manage a year of good behavior?
Doesn't John have a parole officer? Did no one bring any of this up to said officer?