Kenneth Flaska’s

My name is Ken Flaska. I was born and raised in Michigan. I graduated from Wayne State University with a business degree in 1974 and a law degree in 1978. I developed a successful law practice and served as the Head of the Litigation Group at a prominent Midwestern Law Firm. Poor choices influenced by a personal financial crisis led me to engage in Fraudulent Banking activities. I plead guilty to Bank Fraud in April of 2014 and was sentenced to serve 64 months in Federal Prison in September of 2014. I plan on using my time away reading and writing a blog about my experiences and other related topics. I also plan to write a book. The monumental consequences associated with a Federal Felony Conviction seem unsurmountable at times, but I am confident that hard work and complete transparency will allow me to return to the real world as a wiser, stronger and more productive human being. I am blessed to have a beautiful wife and an incredible son support me through this difficult journey.

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY IN FEDERAL PRISON

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY IN FEDERAL PRISON I sat around last Sunday (Super bowl Sunday) and tried to recall past Super bowl Sundays with my family and friends. The problem that I have with "special days" in prison is the flood of memories that can overwhelm me and cause me...

OUT OF FEDERAL PRISON A BIT EARLY?

OUT OF FEDERAL PRISON A BIT EARLY? I can attest to the fact that once you reach prison, You are always hoping to find a way to get out, as soon as possible! In Federal Prison, where parole no longer exists, options for early release are quite limited. With good...

Interesting Times In Federal Prison Camp

Interesting Times In Federal Prison Camp

Well these are some interesting times in Federal Prison Camp! Well, it is 2017, the year I exit Federal Prison. There is some sort of psychological euphoria associated with being able to say " I get out of prison this year". I still do not know the date of my...

How to Use Guilt and Shame in Federal Prison

How to Use Guilt and Shame in Federal Prison During a federal prison term, prisoners are required to take certain classes to assist them in the reentry process. The required classes are specified by the prisoner's case manager. Some of the classes are boring and have...

WORST DAY IN FEDERAL PRISON?

WORST DAY IN FEDERAL PRISON?

WORST DAY IN FEDERAL PRISON? I sat around with the PPDS (Pensacola Prison Discussion Society) on election night discussing the election returns. Most prisoners are Clinton fans because they believe that she is an advocate of prison and sentence reform. I have learned...

RANDOM THOUGHTS FROM FEDERAL PRISON CAMP

RANDOM THOUGHTS FROM FEDERAL PRISON CAMP

RANDOM THOUGHTS FROM FEDERAL PRISON CAMP I am in a bit of a rut. My tedious, monotonous existence in prison causes me to drift at times. I owe a bunch of people a letter and I am working on them this weekend. The problem is that today's letters sound allot like the...

Prepared For Federal Prison?

Prepared For Federal Prison?

PREPARED FOR FEDERAL PRISON? When I entered federal prison in the fall of 2014, I had spent hours with my prison consultant Justin Paperny discussing prison rules, prison etiquette, and most importantly, the mental impact of being in federal prison. You cannot explain...

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