I got into bike clubs when I returned from Vietnam in 1967. I rode with a club called Iron Cross MC out of Atlanta Ga., until 1970, when at a Halloween party in Chicago, we were given our chapter of the Outlaws MC. I moved South in 1979 to ride with my South Florida 1%er brothers. I got convicted in a case that put me on Death Row in Louisiana in 1983. After ten years on Louisiana Death Row, I got a new trial and was able to prove them wrong. I was the first man to ever get off Louisiana Death Row in 1994. If that wasn't enough, Uncle Sam drags me into a RICO case with some other brothers, and I got convicted, (with some of the convictions being from cases that I have proven myself innocent in the past!) and gave me three lifes and three 20's in 1998. I'm sure there's still a light at the end of this tunnel as long as it doesn't turn out to be another freight train!

If anybody wants to write, Im still just me, only getting older.

Clarence Smith # 04250-016
F.C.I. Coleman Medium
Federal Correctional Institution
P.O. box 1032
Coleman , Fla. 33521