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Mario Soto #B14509
Pontiac CC
PO Box 99
Pontiac, IL. 61764

Hello, my name is Mario. Know that I was incarcerated at a very young age. Despite my life's ups and downs, I'm still an easy going person. I'm dependable, non judgmental, a good listener, compassionate, understanding, and warm-hearted. I enjoy reading, music, movies, drawing, animals, nature, rodeo, and making new friends.

Before coming to prison, I was your typical cowboy. So now I'm physically inside a cell and recognize my reality for what it is, I do my best to mentally escape this week environment through my creative drawings. Now, however, I would like to expand my little world by meeting people who are open minded, non judgmental, and are interested in a new friendship. Your age, background, and appearance are not important factors to me. It is your friendship that is most important.

I love getting to know new and interesting people of all cultures, lifestyles and perspective as possible, including yours, which is why I decided to post this profile. And I'm open minded and have no specific expectations with this. So I hope to make great friends, learn, feel, and have fun, I'm also open to sharing my experiences and giving a true insiders perspective on prison life. I'm not trying to lock anybody down and have them doing this time with me. We all have enough problems of our own. I hope you'll look over my current situation and come to know me for who I am. Thank you for your time!

Race: Hispanic
Date of Birth: 9-8-71
Height: 5'6"
Earliest Release Date: 6-2-2036
Maximum Release Date:
6-2-2046
Religion: Catholic
Would you like letters from both sexes? Yes
(This does not refer to sexual orientation)     

Education: GED
Occupation before prison: Farming
Activities in prison: 
Reading, drawing, writing, and soccer


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