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Written by Nikita   
Sunday, 06 September 2009 22:39

Hello, my name is Keith Le'Mois and this is my story. A descendant of a gangster who, as those who knew my father say, has mirrored his life almost to exact precision. For my entire life I have known nothing other than the streets as well as the correctional institutions that warehouse people like me. My criminal career began when I was 15 years old. I am now 28, soon to be 29 in October. However, I certainly don't fit the prison genre that our matrix would have you believe. I am an intellect, continuously challenging the beliefs human begins have developed, searching for a higher purpose than the predictable patterns we have been trained to obey. Moreover, I am a compassionate man that believes all sentiment beings are exactly like me in wanting happiness and avoiding suffering as an occupation. With that statement being made, you may know now, I am a practicing Buddhist. This fact probably just invoked a whole new set of misconceptions. More about that later.....

 

The purpose of disclosing all my convictions is to show the cause for my status as a career criminal. When asked to name my conviction, I simply answer, Habitual Criminal, as this was the indictment which I am currently serving. In 2007 I was brought to trial in Colorado's capitol city, Denver, charged under Colorado Revised Statue 16-13-101, Punishment for Habitual Criminals. Also I want you to know that I am not a man attempting to hide anything. My history is long and serious. Furthermore, not being reticent can be construed as my way of boasting. So let me also say that I have not enjoyed the incredible amount of suffering I have rendered throughout my life.

 

  Here is a list of my actual convictions and case numbers.

 

 

Felony Escape, convicted July 19th, 2007, case #07CR462.


Burglary and Second Degree Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft, Convicted December 4th, 2007, case #07CR401.


Felony Escape, convicted March 25, 2004, case #03CR2880.


Attempted Theft by Receiving (Auto), Convicted August 20, 2002, case #02CR1960.


Second Degree Burglary of a Building, convicted February 9th, 2001, case #00CR1375.


Trespass-1 Auto, Conspiracy to Commit Second Degree Burglary and Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft, convicted January 17th, 2001, case #00CR1096.


First Degree Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft, convicted January 29, 2001, case #99CR20.


Hand Gun Possession by Juvenile, July 25th, 1996, case #18096JD00116.


Felony Menacing, convicted February 12th, 1997, case #18096JD00296.


Trespass 1- Dwelling, convicted September 28th, 1995, case #18095JD00714.

 


The purpose of disclosing all my convictions is to show the cause for my status as a career criminal. When asked to name my conviction, I simply answer, Habitual Criminal, as this was the indictment which I am currently serving. In 2007 I was brought to trial in Colorado's capitol city, Denver, charged under Colorado Revised Statue 16-13-101, Punishment for Habitual Criminals. Also I want you to know that I am not a man attempting to hide anything. My history is long and serious. Furthermore, not being reticent can be construed as my way of boasting. So let me also say that I have not enjoyed the incredible amount of suffering I have rendered throughout my life.


A much different man today, not by miraculous rehabilitation but through the simple process of growing up; I look forward to meeting people coterminous with the man I've become. I'm serving a 20 year sentence and see the parole board in 5 more years. Life doesn't stop due to incarceration. This is just another geographical location, and where is planet earth anyways?? Location is relative.


In prison I go to work 5 days a week as well as other responsibilities, just like anybody in the community. I meditate and study daily. That is my main motivation in life. Buddhism deals with letting go of conceptual hang-ups, calming the discursive mind, and is an atheist tradition. There is much more to my discipline but anyone interested in that should find a qualifies teacher. I simply wish to express a little about the paradigm which I view the world from.


So perhaps this will provoke an intelligent strong woman to dig deeper. It would be a refreshing change for me to have such a correspondence. I am not placing any expectations, I'd just like to see what happens and say that I tried.

 

May all find omniscience and brilliant glory!!


Keith Le'Mois

 

Keith Le'Mois #108313
49030 State Hwy 71
Limon, Colorado  80826

Wants to Write: Women
Convicted Of: Habitual Criminal
Race: White

 

 

 

 


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Linda Lee Simon   |76.121.95.xxx |2009-09-07 17:30:16
Wow what a hard Life, and so young!
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