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    Born in 1956, I began my adult life as a mechanical and electrical draftsmen in 1975. Almost twenty years later in 1983 I began attending church regularlly at the Voice of Pentecost Church San Francisco.

    Again, almost twenty years later in 2001, I stopped attending the church that saved my life. However, while attending church, from 1983 to 1993 I was a lay minister at the San Francisco juvenile hall where I taught the Bible to teenage murderers, rapist and gang members. Currently I am a prison reform activist.

    If you would like to know more about me, like what makes me tick or a LITTLE about what ticks me off, then, I highly recommend you read my autobiography CASE GAME.


    Poem disarms gang members

     By Rick Del Vecchio

    June 12, 1989

    San Francisco Chronicle (Feature)

    Redemption possible for troubled youth

     By Allen Jones

    December 29, 1994

    San Francisco Chronicle Op-ed (Received compensation)

    Lay minister fears country has given up on delinquents

    By Leslie Goldberg

    May 1, 1995

    San Francisco Examiner (Feature)

    Stop the injustice at juvenile hall

    By Allen Jones

    July 17, 1994

    San Francisco Chronicle Op-ed (Received compensation)

    “Why Juvenile Hall Needs a Chaplain.”

    By Allen Jones

    July 19, 1996

    San Francisco Chronicle Op-ed

    Instant advocates

    May 5, 2000

    By Allen Jones

    Los Angeles Daily Journal Op-ed (Received compensation)

    New clemency system needed

    By Allen Jones

    June 2000

    Los Angeles Daily Journal Op-ed (Received compensation)

    Blacks and network TV

    By Allen Jones

    December 2000 (Received compensation)

    Emerge Magazine, “Last Word”

    Crime and too much punishment

    By Allen Jones

    June 28, 2000

    San Francisco Examiner Op-ed

    Voting a Barrier to Change for Minorities

    By Allen Jones

    April 25, 2003

    California needs a new clemency system

    By Allen Jones

    December 24, 2008

    California Progress Report.

    Let nonviolent prisoners out

    By Allen Jones

    June 12, 2008

    LA Op-ed” Blowback”,0,4708249.graffitiboard

    Wanted! Black leaders…

     By Allen Jones

    August 13, 2009 (paid comment)