I was raised to protect and support my family…no matter what!

Would you risk going to jail or prison in order to help a convicted sibling?

17 thoughts on “FAMILY VALUES

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  4. No way! Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time! I love my family, but they will pay for their own bad choices – not me.

    Knowing now what you did not know then – would you do it again Linda? What would you do differently?

    1. Yes, Sunny, I WOULD do it again. I WOULD try to help my sister prove her innocence. However, since it is NOT against the law to communicate with a fugitive, I WOULD NOT lie to the US Marshals about our communications. I did the crime AND I did the time…SIX MONTHS, TWO DAYS, and THIRTY-FIVE MINUTES of my life for one count of false statements. Thanks for your comment.

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