Mc Manus, who’d finished two decades in a Texas prison earlier that year, knew the power of hearing his name at mail call.
Timothy Mc Manus says he was just looking to offer some legal research in 2012 when he wrote to Donna, a woman serving a 20-year sentence at a state prison in Georgia.“To be honest, since I’ve been out, it’s not impossible, but difficult, to relate to women outside who don’t understand.There’s a connection with Donna.”Over the past decade, two seemingly disconnected worlds have ballooned in tandem: the U. prison system, now numbering 6.8 million adults, and the billion online dating industry.* Female Prison has not "Officially" investigated the entire set of circumstances surrounding the offense of any Inmate listed on this website.* Prisoners are the sole publishers of the information listed on the inmate's Profile.Welcome to Loveaprisoner.com, a pen-pal service dedicated to those in the prison system! Our goal is to reduce recidivism by giving inmates the feeling of love, affection, and belongingness which is instinctually vital to all people both free and imprisoned. Bureau of Justice, in 2009 more than 2.3 million people were incarcerated and 90% will be released one day.After a year and a half of corresponding with Donna, the relationship became romantic.“We certainly understand each other’s lives,” he says.The Female Inmates on this site seek correspondence from upstanding members of society.You do not necessarily have to write to an inmate under the guise of starting a romantic or sexual relationship.