Spank is a 43 year old man who started his incarceration journey at the age of 19. The Wall has unfortunately raised him into the man you see today. Despite the odds of growing up in prison, Spank was able to get his High School Diploma, Barber license, and now entering college so he can be prepared to come home in the free world one day soon and help build programs that will really help individuals living life behind the wall. Spank works hard to stay positive, so he can help others transform into individuals that can go back into the free world and be productive in the community, He developed this magazine to promote change and give a voice to a forgotten community. Spank wants the world to know, just because of his address ,it doesn't make him less of a human being. He made a mistake, he is now remorseful, did his time for his crime and wants to be allow to come back into the free world to help develop programs for young individuals to not go down the path that he chose . The one thing Spank wants to do with the magazine is to give a voice to the forgotten community, help develop programs to generate income so they can have a real chance in society once they go home.
Pamela met Spank in October of 2019. Despite the odds, they fell in love and married in January 2020 exactly 98 days after they first met. Pamela explained that she wasn't looking to marry but when God puts his plan into action it is an amazing , powerful, union. The Liggins plan on building The Wall into a program where it helps mend families, build communities for the individuals to come home and enjoy life in the free world, promote change , develop self love, and hope to the forgotten community. The Liggins are working hard to help change laws for individuals to someday come home, truly be able to function and get the mental healthcare, counseling needed to help live in a new community that did not wait on them. They need to be able to learn how to cope with the vast changes in society and not let it consume them and overwhelm them to the point where they believe they would be better off back in jail. This is a sad reality that a lot of men and women coming home from prison serving 10, 20 years of their lives behind the wall they are afraid and do not know how to function in the world that has left them behind. The Liggins know that this is a big project ahead of them, but all things are possible with God.