65 Years Behind Bars
I have never been inside a prison. What would it be like, and how would you manage?
Sixty-five years is the verdict in the Steson Crider murder trial. Crider is to serve 100 percent of his sentence for killing 12-year-old Rayshone Humphrey, Jr. Sixty-five years of fights, bad food, convicts and other hings that would bring a nightmare to anybody else. Yet, in all of this, a father, a family and a community has taken in the Humphrey family.
Mr. Humphrey would like to see some kind of community center built at the Quincy Mall where kids can hang out, do some homework and have some relief. And I bet the community would open their arms to this. It won't be tomorrow, it probably won't be in the next few years, but I bet it will happen.