Hoping obeah can get me out of prison

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July 21, 2018

Dear Pastor,

I am writing this letter to you hoping that you can help me with two things. I know you might be able to help me with one issue, but I am not so sure about the other.

My first issue is that I have been trying to find a good woman to write or correspond with. I can't find one to save my life because for some reason, ,women don't write or correspond with someone who is incarcerated. When a person is locked up, it does not mean that he/she is a bad person. There are lots of good men who are in prison, and I happen to be one of them.

I have tried several pen pal ads and have even posted several pictures of myself, but I have not received any responses. I consider myself a tall, handsome man. I try to keep myself in good shape.

Before this conviction came about, I was working as a nurse and had gone back to school to earn my RN degree. I consider myself smart, funny, compassionate and loving, so why can't I find someone to take a chance on me, especially now that I am in this sticky situation?

I was married for about 18 years before my wife passed away from cancer back in 2011. She was the love of my life, and even though we had our differences, we still loved each other, and we were there for each other when it really counted.

I am not looking for someone who wishes to use people just to get a green card or is looking to exploit people for money. I am looking for a good woman. Can you help me with this issue, or can you give me the name of a person who I can contact in Jamaica for this kind of help?

FIGHTING THE CASE

My second issue is that I have been fighting my case. For this case, which has had me in prison for the past 13 years, I have a motion that has been pending for the past two years, and I have not received a ruling as yet, which is good because the motion has merit/good grounds for granting it.

This is what I am looking for, and hopefully, you can give me the name of someone to contact. I am looking for a priest or priestess who practises the art of voodoo or obeah. Now, I have heard that there are lots of people who practise this art, and most of them are elderly or high-ranking people who know what they are doing and how to get astonishing results.

This may be something that you frown upon, or you may choose not to associate yourself with these people. I want to apologise if I have offended you or disrespected you because that is not my intention. I am simply asking you to give me the name of someone who practises this or at least point me in the right direction.

I want to thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to read my letter. Whatever you can do to assist me in these areas will be very much appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

C.F.

Dear C.F.,

Let me begin by wishing you well. I regret hearing that you are in prison, but I cannot say whether or not you deserve to be there. You have not declared why you have been incarcerated.

You have been looking for a female who could become your friend and correspond with you. No one has shown interest in you so far, but I hope that you will press on.

You have asked me to try to assist you in finding a person who believes in and practises voodoo or obeah. I must inform you that I do not know of any such person. That may sound strange to you, but I would not associate myself with anyone who indulges in the practice of voodoo. But I wish you well. I will contact you if I find anyone who is willing to correspond with you.

Pastor

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