I also love reggae, lovers rock, Adelle, soft rock, soul music and old school R&B, Dancehall and hip hop. I've been in 8 years and it gets a bit lonely at times. I don't smoke cigarettes or do hard drugs and I have no diseases.
I spend my days writing, praying, watching documentaries and studying law. I'm looking for a cute little honey bun to write me and hopefully send some pictures. I love art, old cars, sunsets, literature and the ocean.
I then made my way to Toronto, Ontario and finished up high school and went to college where I pursued a career as a child and youth worker. I try day by day to enjoy life no matter the circumstances or situation but at this point what I'm lacking is someone to share the wonders of what this big beautiful life has to offer.
I'm hoping to find someone sweet, genuine, kind-hearted, someone that loves to laugh, down to earth with an amazing personality.
One may wonder what place Donald Trump's official campaign slogan has in Canadian courtrooms.
But the real question should be how many appointed Judges here in Canada share the same fascist, and divisive views as Trump? But what I wonder most is how many visible minorities are deprived of a fair court proceeding and are instead judged on the colour of their skin? The ill-treatment of visible minorities is happening around the world.
I'm very straightforward and non-judgmental and I live each day to the fullest. in the west end of Toronto and I would enjoy corresponding with women from Toronto or anywhere within Ontario.
I look forward to getting your letters and learning more about you. I have been incarcerated for 16 years for a homicide that I am innocent of.
I love women who love to be sexy, wear dresses and heels and take care of themselves.
I was endorsed by the Osgoode Hall Innocence Project and Professor Alan N. Although their efforts to exonerate me have failed thus far, I still maintain a close relationship with them.
I love cooking, vegetarian cuisine and a good book.
How many convictions were handed down not because of credible evidence, but instead racial bias? Unfortunately, its seriousness is completely diluted here in Canada.
The principle Canadian study in this field, conducted by the Commission on Systemic Racism in the Ontario Criminal Justice System, examined the extent to which criminal justice practices, procedures and policies in the police, courts, and Correctional institutions in Ontario reflected Systemic Racism.