Monday, 14 October 2013


About two years ago Seamus was called by the prosecution to testify against his brother, Paddy, in a bank robbery case. At first, Seamus didn't tell them nothin'. Then he started to tell them somethin'; these were mostly explicatives. Then he told the story of how things went down. Last week, Seamus got out of prison after serving 19 months for perjury and comtempt of court. He was let out early, not for good behaviour per se, but because his protrayal of Jo in his cell block's production of Little Women was so moving, the warden was compelled to advocate on his behalf.

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