Locked Down from the Lockdown

Prison is dark. Lockdown after lockdown and locked down from the lock down. No sun for months and months. No hugs from loved ones. No friendly smiles. More cases (fake or real flu) and more lockdowns, indefinitely.

Prison is torture.

Pray. Write a letter. Send some pictures. Reach out in every way that you can.

Schaeffer has never committed a crime in his life.

Thank you,

~Schaeffer’s Angels

Francis Schaeffer Cox
FCI Terre Haute
P.O. Box 33
Terre Haute, IN 47808

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  1. February 10, 2021

    To: Francis Schaeffer Cox

    From: Ronnie D. Brown #69804-061
    Federal Correctional Institution
    P.O. Box 1000
    Milan, MI 48160

    To whom it may concern:

    My name is Ronnie D. Brown and I’m a federal inmate currently housed at FCI Milan in Milan, Michigan. The purpose of
    this letter is to request any form of assistance that you can provide being that I am nearing my release date. It is my
    intention to become successful in all aspects of life upon return. The assistance I am requesting consists of medical
    insurance, employment, employment training and any other areas that will help me stay on my feet not only to provide for myself but my family as well.

    First, let me give you a brief summary of my past conviction. On March 8, 2013, I was sentenced and convicted for
    conspiracy of drug trafficking. This March will be the 8-year mark of my federal incarceration, an incarceration that has
    been for my first offense and only offense. I understand that people, including myself, make mistakes in life that we
    regret. However, we have the ability to learn from such mistakes and divert ourselves from our prior negative lifestyle to
    make a much more positive impact on those who surround us.

    As it pertains to my upbringing, I am the youngest of four siblings. I lived in a single-parent poverty stricken home in
    which the family had struggled to make ends meet. My mother was bonded by the chains of drugs when I was a child.
    Despite this, I was able to graduate high school as well as college.

    My first step towards furthering my education after high school was Central State University where I received a
    Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. I then pursued the business field by opening a restaurant called Calle Chitown Grill in Xenia,
    Ohio and later opened a nightclub called Cloud 9 in Mansfield, Ohio. I became a father to a beautiful daughter while
    attending Central State University.

    After I graduated college, I ended up making poor decisions by selling drugs which resulted in my incarceration with a
    10-year sentence. Despite acquiring the status of “prisoner,” I have not been deterred from furthering my education and
    rehabilitating myself. I started work as a GED tutor where I helped several inmates obtain their GEDs. I also enrolled in a
    200-hour Carpentry program in which I built a two-bedroom house from the ground up. Through Ivy Tech College, I
    enrolled in a Diesel Technology class where I graduated in the top 91% of my class and obtaining my degree as a certified
    Diesel Technician. I also worked at the Federal Bureau of Prisons Bus Center helping with maintenance of all of the buses.
    Currently, I am enrolled in the 18-month Life Connections Program (LCP) which is a faith-based program geared to guide
    inmates on a spiritual path to a positive lifestyle and clearer strategic thinking patterns. Unfortunately, during this time
    of incarceration, I lost my mother who succumbed to stage IV cancer in October of 2019.

    My lifelong goals consist mainly of several things: I want come return home a better father to my two little girls who
    need a father figure in their lives. My time away from them have deeply affected them and my return to them, along with
    their future upbringing, will be crucial to their success. I also want to establish firm financial foundation so that I and
    provide for myself and my family, especially during this time of uncertainty with the pandemic. Assuring food on the table
    is a high priority, as I seek to avoid the same poverty stricken lifestyle I once suffered. I also want contribute to the
    betterment of my neighborhood and city. Some may view incarceration as a negative impact on life, but I view it as a
    blessing because it has caused me to appreciate the value of life and freedom which will not be granted once I’m released.
    I have also come closer to my Creator and am applying the spiritual aspects I’ve learned to my everyday activities.

    Now that you have a much better understanding of my life, I hope and pray that you are able to do everything in your
    power to assist me upon my return in order for me to make an honest and successful living. I believe your department
    possesses the expertise and resources to guide me in the right direction. Any assistance you can provide me with
    (literature, advice, brochures, programs, etc.) will be greatly appreciated. If you are unable to provide me with such assistance, I ask that you direct me to a department that will be able to do so. I thank you in advance for your time in
    this matter. Take care and God bless.


    Ronnie D. Brown

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