interviews & videos

A six-minute video clip of a 2-hour talk that Don gave to a large prison inmate audience in Nashville, Tennessee. It is of particular interest to note how intently many of the inmates pay attention to Don speaking. His impact was shown by the standing ovation he received. It was evident that the inmates were inspired by the fact that Don would come to the prison and spend that much time talking to them while helping them see a better outcome was possible.

Don's case was part of the largest drug smuggling bust at that time in Northern Florida history.

Chief Deputy U.S. Attorney, David L. McGee, who prosecuted the case, was also Head of the Combined Drug Task Force that captured, tried and convicted everyone involved.

This is what McGee had to say about the case.

~ INTERVIEWS ~

Don has been interviewed by over a dozen network television and radio programs because of his work inside and outside of prisons to raise awareness of the need for meaningful change.

Featured here are a few of the best ones, including an interview in front of a live television audience on KOMO in Seattle, a major NBC network affiliate station that is worth the watch. Take 15 minutes and enjoy this informative, heartwarming and entertaining interview.

(4 Min) Highlights from a 2-hour talk Don gave to a large inmate audience in Nashville, Tennessee in 2004. It is of particular interest to note how intently many of the inmates pay attention, and the impact of the message by the standing ovation given. It was evident that the inmates were inspired that anyone would come to the prison and spend personal time talking to them to help them see that a better outcome in their lives is possible with right choice of attitude.

(5 min) Don’s narrative of his story, and comments from his prosecutor in the case, which was part of the largest marijuana smuggling bust at that time in Northern Florida history.

     Chief Deputy U.S. Attorney, David L. McGee, who prosecuted the case, headed the Combined Drug Task Force that captured, tried and convicted everyone involved.

     This is what McGee had to say about the case, and about Don’s work in federal prison with inmates to assist them with self-improvement.

Don has been interviewed by over a dozen network television and radio programs because of his work inside and outside of prisons to raise awareness of the need for meaningful change.

~ INTERVIEWS ~

Featured here are a few of the best ones, including an interview in front of a live television audience on KOMO in Seattle, a major NBC network affiliate station that is worth the watch. Take 15 minutes and enjoy this informative, heartwarming and entertaining interview.