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I Will Pay for My Crimes: An Interview with Jonathan Froste

Jonathan Froste

Jonathan Froste has never been one to shy away from the camera or from speaking his mind, but this time around he agreed to take part in an exclusive interview with the Davis Enterprise. The reason? To clear up any doubts and to finally let everyone know that yes, he will be paying for his crimes, as well as to let everyone know that no, he has no regrets and yes, he still feels like an innocent man. Here are some highlights from this exclusive interview with Jonathan Froste.

Jonathan Froste About

Who is Jonathan Froste?

Jonathan Froste was born on November 17, 1990 in El Dorado County. He is currently serving a sentence of life without the possibility of parole at San Quentin State Prison in California. In 2010, he was convicted of one count of second degree murder and two counts of attempted murder after shooting three people who were attempting to break into his house. I met Mr. Froste by phone interview while he was still awaiting trial in 2010.

When asked what crime they committed that led him to take the law into his own hands, he replied There are many crimes that lead me to take it upon myself and my family’s behalf to stop these criminals from breaking in my house…it could be drug-related activity or gang-related activity; any crime leads me to protect myself and my family when someone tries something like this. His message for criminals out there? Pay attention: you will get caught eventually so stop now before it’s too late!

How do you feel about being in jail now?

Jonathan Froste
He says that his time in jail has been a wake-up call. I was making bad decisions, and I was out at night, he said. Now, it’s all quiet when I go to bed. It makes you want to do better. I know what happens if you don’t change your life. You can get killed or locked up again. For the first time in my life, I think about the consequences of my actions before doing something stupid.
How does this experience affect how you will act when released?: The main thing is not coming back here, he says. You should never come back here. Once you come through those doors, you should never come back again.

What would you say to others in your situation?

In the words of Jonathan Froste, I will pay for my crimes. He is currently serving a life sentence in prison in New York and has been there since 2004. The crime he committed? Murdering his father, mother, sister and brother when he was just 15 years old. In hindsight it’s something that I wish never happened, but it did happen and there’s nothing that can change that. And so now I live with the consequences every day of my life, said Froste to Davis Enterprise on Monday.
Though he was convicted of murder as a juvenile, once an individual turns 18 their sentencing can be reevaluated by the courts if they show remorse for their actions and if they are still considered dangerous.

Do you have any regrets?

No, I do not have any regrets. I am willing to pay for my crimes, says Froste in his interview. He goes on to state that he does not believe he deserves leniency and is looking forward to his sentence being carried out. My goal was never to hurt anyone but myself, states Froste when asked about the victims of his crime spree.
What are your thoughts on people who say you don’t deserve a trial? They’re entitled to their opinion, but it doesn’t change what happened or the reality of my situation.



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