Prisoner seeks parole so he can watch LeBron win a championship

Thursday October 9th, 2014

A prisoner in Ohio wants to be paroled so he can watch LeBron James potentially lead the Cavaliers to their first NBA championship. 

Jason Goudlock, a Cleveland native, has served 21 years of a six- to 25-year sentence. In a letter to the parole board, obtained by The Smoking Gun, Goudlock asks to be granted parole so he can help at-risk youths.

"On the lighter side," Goudlock adds, "I would truly like to witness in person LeBron James' pursuit of an NBA championship for my beloved hometown."

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Goudlock also wants the Ohio prison system to retire his number, 284-561.

- Dan Gartland

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