Involuntary 2nd Degree Robbery

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Larry, 1957-

“After, I couldn’t get a job. Even jobs I could have got, I couldn’t no more. I couldn’t do nothing after that. People didn’t respect me because I was a robber.”

My biggest regret? Going to prison. I went into a restaurant with my nephew and another friend. All of a sudden, my nephew jumps, me and my friend, we was shocked. He didn’t even tell me he was going to rob that place. Next thing I know, we all go to prison. And I regret it, I did three years in prison, he did nine.

I told the detectives what happened, I told the truth. Most of my in-laws hated me for it, they called me a snitch. He should have told me he was going to do this, but he didn’t. I went to prison and after, I couldn’t get a job, I couldn’t do nothing after that. People didn’t respect me because I was a robber. I wasn’t a robber, but I was because that’s what I went to prison for. Even jobs I could have got, I couldn’t no more.



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