• August 21, 2018

10 Criminals Who Turned Their Lives Around

The phrase “a leopard doesn’t change its spots is often cited in reference to criminals, but these former convicts certainly proved this to not always be the case.

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16 thoughts on “10 Criminals Who Turned Their Lives Around

    1. During my life I have met quite a few people who have had colorful pasts. Some have been in prison, some were never caught. I can’t name one of them who I wouldn’t trust today. Most people can change. They just need a reason.

  1. They made movies about a poker playing ex Olympic skier, and several about high priced hookers and madams, but nothing about a mafia getaway driver/supermodel?! What the hell?!

  2. I think Sherlock Holmes is maybe more based on Edgar Allan Poe’s character C. Auguste Dupin… Edgar Allan Poe basically created the detective mystery sort of genre…

  3. Problem is that the way our corrections system is setup, and the way society views felons, you’d be apart of the very few to have a chance to even make a living after being released. People go in there and leave with nothing, a GED is available in some prisons, not all. But in todays age, a degree is becoming the basic, the new HS diploma necessity. If people aren’t getting jobs with degrees, how’s a diploma and a record going to do in the competitive market? It’s possible to become successful, but all the odds are stacked against you especially if you don’t have a good amount of support family, and financial wise.

    1. Exactly. We keep saying that former convicts can reintegrate after rehabilitation in prision but the system is extremely biased against those with a criminal record. This is one of the main reasons we see a large re-incarceration rate in the U.S.

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