Chrisley children get biblical in defense of their parents after prison sentencing
The youngest child to make it to the U.S. from South Korea, 8-year-old son Ryan Christopher and his parents are accused of stealing $400,000 in family and South Korean money. (Facebook)
Chrisley family, two children: An innocent man went to prison for 11 years on a felony robbery.
Now they must endure the anguish of being charged with an extremely serious felony and spend years at a penitentiary without knowing if he is innocent or guilty.
The youngest son of the Chrisley family, Ryan Christopher, has been living in a prison in northern South Dakota since June, after a judge sentenced his father, John Christopher, to 11 years.
His mother, Lori Marie Christopher, spent the past four days in the Pender County Jail, where she faces charges of theft of a value of $1,500 or more.
Ryan, who is autistic, has been unable to speak, but we know he hears us all the time, and he is aware that his father is incarcerated. The most important thing for him is for his father to be able to come home soon.
But Ryan’s parents are not alone in the experience of knowing that the prison doesn’t treat inmates as people.
Ryan and his father, John Christopher, are charged with stealing $400,000 in family and South Korean money, and Ryan’s mother is charged with theft of a value of $1,500 or more. (Facebook)
John Christopher, now 23, is the youngest of eight children born to John Christopher and Lori Marie Christopher, who met and married when they were both 17.
Lori Christopher was working at a daycare center in South Korea when she met John Christopher during a work trip to the U.S. In 1995, while she and John Christopher were in Los Angeles on their trip, they were told that they were the youngest children in their family.
The family moved to South Korea when Ryan was 2, and Ryan and his older sister,