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Innocent Nightmare

Roosevelt glenn

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Editore: Roosevelt glenn
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  • EAN: 9781540192417

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Roosevelt Glenn is a life long resident of Gary Indiana. He played, baseball, basketball, football from the age of 9. He went hunting and fishing. A soft spoken individual, who always wanted to be a professional Baseball player. However life happened and yet Roosevelt looked up to his grandfather who was a steelworker at Inland Steel. So that was his next destination and he obtained a position at Luria Brothers as a Payload Operator/Crane Operator/Forklift Operator/Burner.

Life changed on the January 2, 1990 when he was arrested for a crime that he didn't commit, yet was imprisoned for 16 years, 8 months, 5 days, 12 hours. "Innocent Nightmare" is a glimpse of his story he shares with you, the reader.

In it you will discover a story of endurance, perseverance and overcoming.

Endurance - Maintaining his sanity and belief that he would be vindicated. That someone, besides his family would do more than listen, but act on his behalf. It was the love of his family, the work of those few who knew that he was innocent, to keep working through a system that was unjust.

Perseverance - Roosevelt didn't give up hope and he never wanted to become apart of the prison environment. He didn't want to come home one day, and have his family not want him to be there, or be afraid of him. It would have been so easy to fall in line. Roosevelt utilized his faith, his belief in his God - that there is a God behind the prison walls. It was this that kept him, when he wanted to give up, wanted to check out, wanted to call it quits.

Overcoming - While in prison, Roosevelt was told that he was society's reject that he wouldn't become anybody, that he was basically statistical waste. However, he didn't accept that and made up his mind and he enrolled in programs that didn't have time cuts such as: Houses of Healing, Thinking Errors, and The Path. He was a good man before he went to prison, and he worked on conditioning his mind that he could be even better when he got out.

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