Rickie Smith went to prison with a 10 year sentence for a drug charge. He could have been released in a few years. Instead, he went to war with the Texas Prison System. He stabbed or speared numerous officers, some injured seriously. In three attempted murder trials he received 99 year sentences. With 300 years accumulated, many other charges were ignored. Rickie was involved in another war. Racism had him join the Aaryan Brotherhood and fighting the Mandingo Warriors, principle black gang. The attacks and other violence earned Rickie the label ‘Most Violent Inmate’ in Texas Department of Corrections. After the wars had taken a significant toll, Rickie was caught by one word, ‘rest’. That put him on track to change and live 180 degrees, the opposite of before.

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Rickie Smith went to prison with a 10 year sentence for a drug charge. He could have been released in a few years. Instead, he went to war with the Texas Prison System. He stabbed or speared numerous officers, some injured seriously. In three attempted murder trials he received 99 year sentences. With 300 years accumulated, many other charges were ignored. Rickie was involved in another war. Racism had him join the Aaryan Brotherhood and fighting the Mandingo Warriors, principle black gang. The attacks and other violence earned Rickie the label ‘Most Violent Inmate’ in Texas Department of Corrections. After the wars had taken a significant toll, Rickie was caught by one word, ‘rest’. That put him on track to change and live 180 degrees, the opposite of before.

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Rickie Smith went to prison with a 10 year sentence for a drug charge. He could have been released in a few years. Instead, he went to war with the Texas Prison System. He stabbed or speared numerous officers, some injured seriously. In three attempted murder trials he received 99 year sentences. With 300 years accumulated, many other charges were ignored. Rickie was involved in another war. Racism had him join the Aaryan Brotherhood and fighting the Mandingo Warriors, principle black gang. The attacks and other violence earned Rickie the label ‘Most Violent Inmate’ in Texas Department of Corrections. After the wars had taken a significant toll, Rickie was caught by one word, ‘rest’. That put him on track to change and live 180 degrees, the opposite of before.

Real Prison Real Freedom

Rickie Smith went to prison with a 10 year sentence for a drug charge. He could have been released in a few years. Instead, he went to war with the Texas Prison System. He stabbed or speared numerous officers, some injured seriously. In three attempted murder trials he received 99 year sentences. With 300 years accumulated, many other charges were ignored. Rickie was involved in another war. Racism had him join the Aaryan Brotherhood and fighting the Mandingo Warriors, principle black gang. The attacks and other violence earned Rickie the label ‘Most Violent Inmate’ in Texas Department of Corrections. After the wars had taken a significant toll, Rickie was caught by one word, ‘rest’. That put him on track to change and live 180 degrees, the opposite of before.

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