Blood Spattered

May 10 2011

by Julio Medina

I shuffled into the Albany County courthouse, cuffed and shackled, to hear my sentence. My mom was there with my brothers and sisters. I was twenty-five at the time and the leader of a drug gang that included ten other people. The judge read my crimes: nine counts of conspiracy and various offenses related to hand grenades and the cache of machine guns the police had found.

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