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Friday, 09 October 2009 23:12


My name is Brad Bradley Bradford. I am 35 years old. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, I moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 1988. I love surfing, boating and the outdoors. When I moved to Florida, I got involved in the cocaine trafficking trading at the age of 17. I did a brief stint in the Florida Department of Corrections at the age of 20. After I got out I got my life back on track and did okay for 10 years. Once times got tough, I resorted to what I knew, The Drug Game.

I was bringing cocaine down from Atlanta and I got pulled over in Georgia. I was illegally searched and detained on the highway. As they illegally searched, they found cocaine and a handgun in my vehicle. The officer that arrested me was fired from the force only 2 weeks later for unknown purposes. They still said they had probable cause to pull me over which was no seat belt. After fighting the government in court for over a year, in a small southern Georgia jail, without bond, I finally got sentenced to 15 years in the Beaufort prisons. I was only suppose to serve 10 years.

I just lost my last appeal, but I have also just filed another appeal with the help from The Paralegal Research Association. Right now I am currently in a Mississippi Federal Prison. I'm very far away from my family and it's been 2 years since I've been able to see them. The drive for them is just too far. I have to wait until next year for a transfer. I would love a pen pal to help pass the time, keep me up on current events, and just things happening in the real world. In your world. Thanks for your time!!


Race: White
Wants to Write: Women
Convicted Of: Cocaine


Brad Bradford #87593-020
P.O. Box 5000
Yazoo City, Mississippi  39194











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