Huskies Lose, Man Loses His Life

The year: 2010
Location: Coyote Ridge Correction Center (WA)

Coyote Ridge has TV’s in the dayroom. So when the Huskies play, the convicts gather. Emotions run high as people root for their teams. And for those who are gambling, emotions are intensified.

On this day, the Huskies are losing. The game is basically over. That’s when the heckling and trash talking begins.

“The Washington Huskies suck!” shouts a hater. He continues, “All Washington teams suck!”

G-man turns to the hater and says, “Keep talking smack and I’ll knock you out.”

The hater reply’s, “You got the easy part done. Knocking me out would be like the Huskies winning a game. It ain’t gonna happen. BOY!!!”

The negative trash talking goes back and forth for several minutes.

As soon as the hater fixed his eyes back on the TV, G-man slowly walked up to him and punched him as hard as he could. The blow landed directly on his temple. The hater was knocked out cold.

“I warned you. BOY!!!” G-man spats.

As he laid on the dirty dayroom floor, everyone was waiting for him to wake up. As the minutes ticked by, ol boy just laid there. It was soon evident that he wasn’t going to get up any time soon. Finally a guard walked by and saw him.

After about 30 minutes of laying on the floor, he was loaded on a stretcher and carried to medical. From there an ambulance came and took him to the local hospital where he remained unresponsive.

By the time his family was notified and arrived at the hospital, he was on life support. Several weeks went by before his family made the difficult decision to pull the plug.

G-man was charged with murder and will now spend the rest of his life in prison.

MORAL: Nothing good comes from negative behavior.


The hater and G-man were constantly saying rude things and stirring up strife. They were constantly involved in arguments and drama.

The law of attraction brought these two together. The universe responded to the constant negative energy of these men. I see it every day. It usually doesn’t result in murder, but it could.

The most common effects are pain, suffering, stress, grief, anger and constant turmoil. The law of attraction is simple. If you want a better life, be a better person. Display acts of kindness. Express love, compassion, and understanding.

I’ve lived on both sides of the spectrum. And without question, my life is so much better when I live under a halo of peace, love, and harmony.



Steven Jennings


Author: Steven & Suzie Jennings

She was raised as a Mormon, and he is a convict serving 43 years in prison. This blog offers a glimpse into two vastly different worlds that somehow came crashing together. Join them on their journey through prison life & married life.

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