Some of the craziest things I saw while serving 33 years in prison

In this video, Banky shares with us some of the craziest things he saw in prison while serving 33 years. For more on Banky check out the links below.

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34 thoughts on “Some of the craziest things I saw while serving 33 years in prison

  1. Mr. Banky,

    I thank GOD you made it out of the system with hopefully minor scarring. I've watched two of your videos and will watch the others after I return from my errands. I have a son-in-law that is in the California Prison system and I find some of the topics and situations to be… somewhat hard to discuss. When I talk to my son-in-law and ask how things are, he is sometimes hesitant to divulge information. After hearing "some" of the crazy things you witnessed I can only imagine why Bert is not too talkative. Just having someone there visiting that loves you and cares for you is about as much as one might want due to your emotion after they leave. Our Bert is in his 9th year of 66 due and I try to think of many things to discuss with him without saying too much that might have him go into a depressive state. If there was a way you and I could have a non open conversation regarding how you could help me and the family to continue being more supportive that would be awesome.

    Thank you for the videos and I pray GOD will give you a way to reach and communicate with our youth before that "passion" makes them swell up over something meaningless and make a life altering decision like many have.

    Charles

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