This is Jeremy Farler’s bio, in his own words:
My name is Jeremy Farler and I was born and raised in a small town Keary in southeastern Kentucky. Born in 1981 into a middle class family, I am the son of a coal miner and was brought up by my father and my adoptive step-mother.
I do not come from a family of criminals and was never supposed to end up in prison, at least when you look at the facts on paper, anyway. I was taught right from wrong, played sports and excelled academically (when I did the work.) Though I eventually fell into the drug underworld, I always held onto a level of naïveté and innocence that was only really lost in prison.
My goal is to bust the myth that all prisoners and convicts were born soulless monsters and instead give an insight into the evolution of a normal, average, second-generation coal miner from rural Kentucky into a cold, calculating and ruthless machine through a lengthy incarceration.
I seek no sympathy and I make no excuses. Instead, I will attempt to give an honest glimpse into my life now, with no apologies.
So if you’re interested in learning the blueprint of how to ruin a perfectly good life, listen up.
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Part 1: Smuggling Contraband: Let the Guards Do The Dirty Work
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Jeremy Farler #218847
Northpoint Training Center (2-UR-6)
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Burgin, KY 40310