LEON  BENSON
Indiana Inmate Fighting to Prove his Innocence
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Read Leon's The SCU: Indiana’s New Regime of Oppression

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ADVANCED PRAISE FOR

Blessings In Disguise

Soul Survivin’

 

The best lessons are taught by those who have already learned them first hand. Though it is impossible for most of us to see ourselves sentenced to 60 years in prison for a murder we did not commit, we do understand defeat, devastation and death; we understand self-worth, hope, faith and feeling blessed. If we can agree that being condemned to spending the rest of our natural lives locked down in a concrete box with bars is the most devastating defeat a man could ever experience this side of death, then we can qualify Leon Benson as our teacher. Built upon a quote on "Being and Nothingness" from 20th Century French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, our teacher lightly touches upon his own circumstances to lead us through the maze of our own emotions to show why condemnation is actually salvation and defeats are blessings in disguise. The power with which our teacher delivers this lesson is borne of his own experiences, rising from the depths of despair to his present state of feeling blessed, the eloquence with which he states his thoughts and the poetry around which he wraps our thinking.

Bless you, Leon. May your adversely-accumulated authority to strengthen others and help them to grow lead to the release of imprisoned minds and bodies everywhere.

—Don Harkins, The Idaho Observer
Spirit Lake, Idaho
July 3, 2007

 

 

They say that the best way to enhance a single sense is to take away all other senses. Consequently, when a man’s physical freedom is confiscated, his spirit can either be positively enhanced by constructive inner vision or it can be destructively contaminated by outside forces inhabiting the social or physical cages he is forced to endure. Leon Benson has taken the opportunity of a wrongful conviction to look within his inner being in order to develop a higher structure of purpose, perseverance and endurance, one which he wants to share with all who must face the severe hardships and obstinate vagaries that life can unexpectedly throw our way.

Leon challenges us to see defeat as a launching pad for a new today, a rebirth from which we can rise from the ashes, examine our plights, and rebuild our lives through circumspection, positive action, and determination.

“The ultimate defeat is death.” And, as long as Leon is living, he will strive to grow and to be free. As long as we are living, let us join the struggle for his physical freedom...and for our own spiritual growth.

—Keith Anderson, WORD IMPACT
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Bluefield, WV
July 11, 2007


An Interview of A Caged Rose

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