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Please read Disclaimer on corresponding with pen pals which has been borrowed from the SD Prisoner Support Group and modifications made as to disclaimer of responsibility. The below are not SD Prisoner Support Group penpal listings but the same disclaimer would apply:

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We are not the publishers of such information, we simply provide the space for you (the inmate) to place a personal or legal ad on the Internet and in the news letter.

In no event will the Dakota Lakota Nakota Human Rights Advocacy Coalition be responsible for any incidental, consequential, exemplary or other damages arising from or relating to the use of these services. Potential pen pals are encouraged to verify information about prison pen pals through additional sources, whether prisoners are incarcerated in United States prisons or prisons in foreign countries. You can directly contact the correctional facility in which the men and women prisoners are incarcerated.


SUNDANCE HERNANDEZ
(ID 2141708)
GENDER: MALE
PRISON: MONTANA STATE PRISON
700 CONLEY LAKE DRIVE
DEER LODGE, MT 59722
For More Information: (406) 846-1320
DOB: 1987
HEIGHT: 5 FT 8 IN
BIRTHPLACE: MONTANA
WEIGHT: 160 LBS
Sundance is a Native American and is a very good artist. He would be glad if you wrote him. You can call the MSP to find out more information about contacting him. You can locate him in the Conweb database as well.

Photo of Sundance

Manuel Redwoman
DOC ID# 24920
MANUEL REDWOMAN (ID# 24920)
GENDER: MALE
Manuel is an inmate at the CROSSROADS CORRECTIONAL CENTER
50 CROSSROADS DRIVE
SHELBY, MT 59474
For More Information: (406) 434-7055
PHYSICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
He is 47 years of, 6 foot tall, around 200 pounds and he has spent his life in Montana, growing up in Northern Montana on an Indian reservation. He is a Native American. Manuel is a superior crafts person and you can view his biography and links to his bead work online at www.manuelredwoman.com. (Be sure to click the links to view his works).
Birthday: Dec. 5th, 1967
Heritage: Native American (Northern Cheyenne/Lakota/Arapaho)

Image of Manuel Redwoman

Christopher M. Daniels
AO# 44867
700, Conley Lake Road
Deer Lodge
MT - 59722

Date of birth : 12 Nov. 80
Height: 6 FT 0 IN
Hair Color: Black
ETHNICITY: Native American

Victor V. Kennedy
AO# 2022339
MSP
700, Conley Lake Road,
Deer Lodge,
MT 549722

27 year old. Athletic, avid basketball player, weight lifter and artist. Will write anyone. Native American Cheyenne.

Date of Birth 26 December 77
Height: 5 Ft 8 in
Weight: 165 LBS
Picture is below:
Victor Kennedy (Back Row, Center)

Jesse Mathew Lopez
DOC ID# 2044540
CURRENT STATUS: INMATE
STATUS LAST UPDATED: 10-DEC-08
GENDER: MALE
PRISON: START - Revocation
P O Box 226
Warm Springs, MT 59756

My name is Jesse Lopez. I am a 20 year old male. I like to listen to R & B (?) and Rock, also Rap, if it has a beat I can move to I like it. Also like to go and dance at clubs. And on these good days I like going for long walks with that special someone or even going for a cruise. My hobbies are lifting weights, riding motorbikes, also a little bike riding. I love to be extreme and do exotic and crazy things. My height is 5.7, dark brown eyes, black hair, good strong built and 160 pounds. My race is Native American and Mexican. I am looking for X-size and plus women, also secure and stable that's not into playing mind games, for friendship or maybe even a long-term relationship.

Loren Miller
AO# 33607
MSP
700, Conley Lake Road,
Deer Lodge,
MT 549722
Loren is 33 year old. He is lonely and will write anyone. He is athletic and mature.
Race: Native American
Date of Birth: 8 October 71
Height: 6 ft
Weight: 198 lbs



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