Jason Goudlock has been in an Ohio prison for nearly 21 years after he was convicted of aggravated robbery and felonious assault in 1994. But he’s up for parole again soon, and the reasoning behind his petition for release is fairly straightforward.
He goes on to say: “On the lighter side, I would truly like to witness in person LeBron James’ pursuit of an NBA championship for my beloved hometown.”
The Ohio Parole Board will decide Goudlock’s fate later this month (he says he’ll mentor “at-risk youths” if he’s released). If he fails, Goudlock could stay in prison until 2028. LeBron will be 44 by then and most likely retired.