March 21, 2024
by Guy S. Alexander (author's profile)

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ct706 Posted 2 months, 2 weeks ago. ✓ Mailed 2 months ago   Favorite
hi guy alexander, I dont really know where to start this but my name is conner tucker, son of eric tucker. also a few years ago found out im also your grandson. i was told that you committed capital murder on a lady with a telephone cord and a brick at a half way house after relapsing. after multiple years of being lead on to think doy tucker is my biological grandfather, i was informed he just adopted my dad at a young age and recently me and my father who now has 4 kids of his own and and is the step father of 3, have really not been getting along and i recently commented on one of your posts and just wanted to reach out again after seeing your recent post to say hey and ask if there’s any form of reaching out to you while in the texas prisons

thank you and much love,

conner tucker

FrJohn Posted 2 months, 1 week ago. ✓ Mailed 2 months ago   Favorite
Conner, what a great blessing you have stepped forward. I helped Guy for years trying to find a digital footprint for your dad. Guy has wonderful memories to share of your dad as a baby and toddler. He is fully aware he was misrepresented by his ex when your dad was old enough to understand. Guy is lonely and has had medical issues and has done his time without problems. He worked until his health would not allow it anymore. Fact: you are probably unaware Texas is a very difficult place to do time. I encourage you to get to know your grandfather on your own. He will get your message, but it will be slow. Texas snail mail has been centralized so a letter would find him much quicker. However, this is a new thing and the snail mail is very slow as well. It is cheaper and faster to get a JPAY account. Each Texas prisoner has a tablet, and you can help Grandpa by sending a stamp with your email. JPay is transitioning to Securus, so nothing is simple, but in any case, please for your Grandpa's sake, follow through. Again, I applaud your courage in facing the past. The crime was nothing like what was described to you, Guy is an honest man and will tell you what happened. In a completely bizarre way, when Guy was moved from DR to Gen Pop, he lost privileges and rights. Your dad was raised in a religious household, were you? Anyway, good luck young man. Father John

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