Writing apology letters is hard. The task always seems to drain all of my energy away. I have to do it. I have to honor my victims and acknowledge what I did to them. But it's not easy, because I'm ashamed of the young man I used to be. I had no excuse for being so dumb.
Paul Pommells has been an inmate of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for more than twenty years, and has learned much about himself, his fellow inmates, and where one can find the hope and power to change.
Paul and other inmates & friends bare their souls in words here.