To the Editor,
To the family and friends of Josh Murphy. I am writing to you to ask for forgiveness for the pain that I’ve caused you. I go up for parole again in March 2016, and pray that you allow me a second chance. Over the past 14 years I’ve taken drug classes and programs to battle my drug dependency I used to have.
Saying "I’m sorry" is nowhere enough to express how bad I feel for what I’ve done. I’m a different person now and want to be a positive role model for my daughter and granddaughter, and show the community I can be a law abiding citizen.