Gideon Walletsky: convict, lifer, and … purse-maker?

When Gideon called his daughter, Naomi, to ask for $25 recently, she naturally assumed the worst. She just knew he needed money for his recurring drug habits, but that wasn’t the case. This time, something wonderful and exciting had happened: Gideon had been given the chance to work in the prison’s leather shop, where inmates make products like purses, belts, and even gun holsters. Continue reading

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