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Saifuddin Abdus-Samad #07A6062
Sing Sing Correctional Facility
354 Hunter Street
Ossining, N.Y. 10562

Allow me to introduce myself as a man who is thoughtful, insightful, down-to-earth, and honest. I'm 6' 2" and 220 lb. I am a light shining in darkness which nearly eleven years of incarceration has not extinguished. Deprivation has taught me to cherish the simple things in life, like your time and friendship. I hail from Brooklyn, New York and come from a good family who instilled in me manners, morals and good principles. I have made some bad decisions for which I am now paying. I accept full responsibility. My experiences, both good and bad, have made me stronger.

I've spent my time engaged in things positive which will hopefully benefit me in the future. For example, I worked hard for 6 years which culminating a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science this past June of 2017. I am now working towards a master's degree with a graduation date of June 2018. Hopefully, upon my release, I can earn a living by sharing my experience, strength, hope, and insight with those who need help.

250 words is not enough for me to define who I am. If I peaked your interest, tell me about the things that interest you, or about your hopes and dreams. I am optimistic and I enjoy a good laugh. But I feel a void in my existence for lack of a significant other. Let this be the start of something special.

Race: African American
Date of Birth: 3-23-70
Height: 6'2"
Earliest Release Date: 3-2023
Maximum Release Date:
Religion: Islam
Would you like letters from both sexes? Women
(This does not refer to sexual orientation)     
Education: BS Behaviorial sciences
Occupation before prison: Electrician
Activities in prison: Wood furniture, Alternative to Violence program, HIV education, legal research
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