?? My Life After 44 Years In Prison | AJ Shorts



the windows I know seem that like this report on the windows he ain't seen no but none of Windows but people walking by that no video I told that stay down here for a long time watching the crazy stuff all right my name is Otis Johnson I went to prison at the age twenty five years old and when I came out I was 69 years old I went to prison or jail for the crime of Tim murder on a police officer and start on police office prisoners are affected me a lot and my reentry was was a little bit hard at first because things had changed Time Square and I was looking at the atmosphere the new things that was happening I seem that everybody or Messiah that people was talking to their self and then I look closely and they seem to have things and they is you know with the things with the phone thing iPhones they call him something like that and I thought to my mind what everybody became you know CIA's or agencies and stuff like that because that's the only thing I can think of somebody walking around with why isn't there stuff that's what they had when I was out doing the 60s and the 70s and then some people are not even looking where they're going so I'm trying to figure out how people do that control their self to walk and talk on the phone without even looking where they're going stuff so that was amazing to me waiting rest I remember this when I first got out I was gonna make a call then I see no the one dollar thing I found out when I got on the street like a so I'm used to being by myself but image item I like the buses of course you see different things you also communicate you know less people you know you fucker than two people on the train stuff cuz that make an impact alright but the bus is not really that back even that it is packed you know you still have not to maybe talk to somebody long listen to what's happening with other family twenty years old not a copyright why do I feel like up already live my life business aside yes it's a good feeling a very good other than being inside the prison all right you don't even go outside at certain times so I like been in the Sun and also i serving the people it's nice it's nice to be free think in 1998 or something like that I lost contact with uh my family coming out of prison right I was mainly alone like I said I had no birth certificate nothing like that I had no family well no girlfriends no sisters no brothers you know no no people that I can communicate that I had years ago bothers me a lot because I really I really miss my family you know yeah Wow I remember I had two losses that they was twin right and every time I come over there one they run to me and one on used to get behind me and ha right and the other one be looking for the other twin alright and so sometime I just you know just move to the side so the twin can see the other twin as you see you crossed me you know sorry woman I still I used to love children you know and that's one of the good memories I had many different things necklace I'm looking at all this crazy stuff they got this I'll try it out like the funny dinners different colored drinks what you call that the Gator stuff pink blue all these different colors so I started thinking that once in the world sister cause it looks funny there's so many things that you can eat so it's a hard hard charts to pick out really the food that you want for instance the peanut butter and had jelly in it and I never seen that like that before and definitely but then in the prison system you know so peanut butter jelly in the same place in a jar and that that was strange still here in 1960 Skippy still around when I don't have nothing – maybe a six o'clock at night you know I might since it's nice out I go out power in the park you know I might just meditate you know you gotta let things go because hold onto angle groaning stagnate your growth and development you know a lot of people say well Society only because I did all this time even though I did the crime I don't think like that I don't feel that society owe me anything everything happens for a reason I believe so how did that go and deal with the future is still dealing with the past I try not to go back Methos a Bible Society you

24 Comments

  • Bashart Ali

    April 15, 2019

    May Allah bless you and guide you till the end of life..

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  • Matz

    April 15, 2019

    He said that when I came out of the prison, I saw people having things in their ears and talking to themselves, iphones they call it. And then I thought ''everybody became CIA?''
    Prisoners are allowed to watch TV in prisons. ? How come you didn't notice these changes in TV? ?
    Lol

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  • Le F

    April 15, 2019

    The world, America has and have the technology but when it comes to human relationships to many of us suck big time.

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  • Khayrul Amin

    April 15, 2019

    Injustice against him. It's really pathetic. A man lost his 44 years life in Jail.

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  • Коля Ульянов

    April 15, 2019

    What's music 1:58 – 2:11?

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  • amer khan

    April 15, 2019

    Great man so polite and calm cool tomuch patients.

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  • ch ijazz lll

    April 15, 2019

    My respect and love for this man

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  • Arnold Uribe

    April 15, 2019

    Its like walking into the future

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  • Good People

    April 15, 2019

    America there so much of everything but don’t have the heart to change the prison system . They could change prisoners into productive human being instead of locking them up in a cage for years . Of course there are some ppl you can’t change but for sure not 2.4 millions of ppl . Even China don’t have that many prisoners.

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  • Saucasm Chaks

    April 15, 2019

    In india attempted murder case get bail within 2hours.

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  • Kucing/Cat

    April 15, 2019

    IM CHRISTIAN SAVE PALESTINE SAVE MUSLIM AMERICA SAVE WORLD SAVE ALL RELIGION!!!!!

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  • Intescy Avenger

    April 15, 2019

    Police officers get less for actual murder, and by less I mean zero years in prison.

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  • Mohammad panjshiri Panjshiri

    April 15, 2019

    I am really sorry for him still he is happy ? he make me to be strong and happy thanks god that I am free breathing fresh air

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  • damien Smith

    April 15, 2019

    There are people who got a less sentence for actually killing someone. 44 yrs is too long for attempted murder.

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  • Mohd Hafis

    April 15, 2019

    It's like me looking at drinks at store. I want to try this and that, and ended buying I used to buy.

    Sorry for my English

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  • frandroid88

    April 15, 2019

    "prison affected me a lot "

    … 44 years i can understand that !

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  • Vital Mendoza

    April 15, 2019

    anger? isn´t the officer that you tried to murder supposed to be the one angered?

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  • Florence Zubeda Borowsky

    April 15, 2019

    Am soo sorry, Daddy u are welcome to any AFRICAN country, u will get a wife and children’s

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  • rad camran

    April 15, 2019

    Poor guy. Its like travelling to the future.

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  • ASHLEY DEKIEVIT

    April 15, 2019

    SOMEONE FIND THIS MANS FAMILY WTF

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  • Gencturk92

    April 15, 2019

    get busy living or get busy dying

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  • Bob

    April 15, 2019

    I was dubious at first but he won me over at 5:45. That was a lot of time for attempted murder.

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  • Joe Trampozzo

    April 15, 2019

    Dr Zaius

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  • Lei G

    April 15, 2019

    Well.. people who have lost time are mostly the ones who enjoy every bit of it when they have it. People who are free look at time differently since I mean.. they're free, they can do this or that now or later. Most people .. like me.. waste time on games which I regret so much. The world is so big yet I'm keeping myself in a literal prison with just my phone and gadgets.

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