I’m a inmate at the Arizona Department of Corrections in Flagstaff, AZ and currently serving 26 years for Felony Escape, Armed Bank Robbery, Grand Theft Auto, and Possession of Crack Cocaine. I have been called one of the greatest escape artists of all time, but I won’t be escaping from my new cell. It is my escape. Welcome to T Dog’s blog.
Instead of reading the Bible or law books while serving my time, I decided to get my Cisco certifications. I am proud to finally hold my CCIE Voice certification after 2 whole years and to be drug free! I am also a CCVP and MCITP. When I get out, I’m gonna get some rack space in a data center and start sellin’ this hosted stuff myself! You dig?
I have been featured on America’s Most Wanted 14 times from July of 2000 until September of 2007. As outlined in my case file, I have spent a lot of time on the run and I thank God that I finally found a home with Cisco, the AZ state DOC, and the wonderful world of VoIP. I couldn’t have done it without the kindest and most generous man in the world, Mr. Fowler. He is my warden and my friend. I would also like to thank the Arizona taxpayers for my baller rig and for keeping this OC48 turned on. There is no way I could have made the strides that I have made on the weak bandwidth this prison runs on.
It all started back in 1996 when I thought robbing a bank was a good idea. Boy was I wrong and set in motion a course of events that would nearly kill me. I have robbed 37 banks, escaped from 6 maximum security facilities and a prisoner transport. To add to that, I am ashamed to say, I have even escaped police on foot more times than I can count and that is sad. I remember runnin’ through a lot of woods, that’s for sure. And swimming in a very cold river. High speed car chases, stealing cars, one after another, just because I needed to keep the police one step behind.
Anyway, you can call me T Dog and this is my blog. I want to share the cornucopia of VoIP knowledge that I’ve soaked up since I’ve been locked up and maybe save a few people from taking the path I did. Word up.