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Loving a Violent Offender Discuss the issues of having a violent offender as part of your life. Please keep in mind that some of us are married to violent offenders. Please remember that these offenders are human, and as such, can change... just like anyone else.

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Old 02-11-2015, 08:02 PM
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My name is Marie Bunting
I have a son in prison in Arizona He is considered a violent offender.
This is his second time in prison the frist time he was only 19 the judge in maricopa county stacked his sentence whitch i have learned is agenst the rules.
I have finely gotten all his paper work and will be doing the legal work
myself to get him releast, I also have a boyfriend who last month was popped in texas. We were going to get married unfortuntly it looks like that
will have to take place in the prison.
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Old 02-18-2015, 04:59 PM
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My fiance is a habitual violent career offender here in Fl. He is about to be sentenced to 3 years in prison for not changing his current address in 48 hours.
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Old 10-06-2015, 06:43 PM
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My MWI has a murder charge. He told me the day he committed the crime was the worst day of his life. He doesn't deny the murder. He was dealing drugs and someone stole from him. He "sat on it for awhile" but finally went for his vengeance. That was 15 years ago. When I think of him being released in a few years I am more afraid of him getting back into drugs than whether or not he would be violent against me. He is so intelligent and well-mannered I think it was the craziness of drugs.
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My man has been incarcerated for 21 years, he was in a drug/gang war and he is considered a VO. I met him a year ago on a write a prisoner website, and he is the most honest, thoughtful, loving man I have met. It blows my mind how honest he is about everything. He sent me is case report and he is an amazing man. I miss him everyday. I cant wait until he gets email. He was just transferred to Big Sandy from USP Lewisburg a week ago. And he called me 6 times in the last 2 days and my stupid phone would not let me connect with him. So now I bet he is worried that something is really wrong. This is the first time in our relationship that I have felt helpless, because I cant just let him know that everything is ok.
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Old 09-29-2016, 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by marcsbaby View Post
Marc was charged with murder and plead down to Assault with a Deadly weapon with intent to kill.....major BS...but I suppose they consider him a violent offender....I am just curious to see how many of us are in love with such "violent creatures!!!" LOL...I love my VO!
My Larry is also considered a violent offender and yes I also love my VO!
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Old 05-26-2017, 06:21 PM
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People say my girlfriend is violent but she has always been nice to me. I'm not afraid of her at all. Shes in jail now.
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Old 05-28-2017, 11:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Ashphalt View Post
People say my girlfriend is violent but she has always been nice to me. I'm not afraid of her at all. Shes in jail now.
Violent Offender is actually a classification based on the type of crime or crimes a person is convicted of. Often times Violent Offenders are nice to friends and family, but this does not reduce their classification.
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missingdee is correct. It is not so much about how they interact with others as much as it is about the crime with which they were convicted. This, of course CAN relate to how they interact with others. LOL Ex. Robbery (armed or not) is considered a VO simply because they believe it takes a certain character to be able to approach others and demand their belongings. (To have the balls to do that, you must be a VIOLENT person).
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My babe is a violent offender, and has been locked up for almost 5 years of a 17 year sentence (at 85%). We have a 12 year old together, and had split up a few years before his crime, but have since began talking since he had been incarcerated. I know his temper, and he can be a very violent person, but I'm hoping that when he leaves there that he will have changed. He tells me that he is no longer that person, and I can tell a difference in the way he talks, but we've still got a long way to go.
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