Dealing With the Sentence of Death:
When I first went to the row, because of the way my trial went, I had the attitude that I did not care. I was on the row for eighteen months before the feds came in and took me to Marion federal penitentiary, a prison that only lets you out of your cell one hour a day. I stayed there for six years. My attitude changed when I was suppose to go to Leavenworth penitentiary, but the warden said that he would not admit me for fear that I might kill a staff member or inmate.