None more so articulate then Troy Kell. I believe he is remorseful for his crime. He openly spoke about the crime itself and the original murder which landed him in prison in the first place. I have alot of respect for Troy. He's obviously one very intelligent individual, just watch the documentary.
I have seen the documentary, and maybe I'm biased because I had to help mop a fellow Corrections officers blood off a corridor floor, I've had interaction with Kell when the camera's wern't rolling, trust me when he's not playing for the media he's not that fascinating.
Honestly, I just can't put it into words. After watching the full documentary, I've just come to see a different side to Troy Kell then the so-called monster he's being made out to look like. And I'm not even close to being an opponent of the death penalty. I've just come to respect the man a whole lot more after watching the documentary.
He started out in Nevada, until him and his buddies attacked an officer at Ely State Prison, then they were transferred to differnet States, Kell went to Utah and the other two went to California because they feared the staff would retaliate, Kell went to a differnt state than the other two because it was determined that he was the ring leader and no state would take the three together.
So you've openly communicated with Troy Kell before?
Maybe I should clarify, that Ely State prison is the maximum custody prison in the State of Nevada
Yes, when he lived at the Ely State prison, I did have several interactions with him, when he was in lock down for the bullets I was assigned to his unit, and I transferred to the yard just a couple of weeks before he attacked the officer, he was on my yard labor crew.
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