Jail Criminal Record Open Letter To Jose Guadalupe Corona Munoz
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Inmate: Jose Guadalupe Corona Munoz
Jail / Facility: San Luis Correctional Arizona C
Location: San Luis Correctional Arizona

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Para el amor de mi vida

Hola mi amor te extrano mucho eres el amor de mi vida y siempre lo seras quiero que nos casemos algun dia y seamos muy felizes besitooooooooooosssss muach
By Alejandra, Published February 17 2012.

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