When Breaking Bad hit TV screens, one of Alabama's most successful meth cooks was already knee-deep in building a massive empire. His name? Walter White. From 1988, the drug maker who shares the same name with the main character in the 10-time Emmy award winning TV show was cooking and selling methamphetamine across his own county.
Eventually White's wife divorced him, and he began to lose touch with his family because of his double life. He was arrested, and after failing to appear in court, he was jailed with a $2 million bond placed on his release. He was placed on the top of state's Most Wanted List. If convicted of his crimes, Walter could be put in prison for the rest of his life.
The real Walter White has bad teeth, his friends are in prison, and he struggles with drug addiction and he could go to prison for life. Walters son was a Christian, and he got together with a few friends to help his Father out. When you face a wall due to bad decisions in life where can you go, who can you turn to? Jesus is the answer - He can restore that which was lost.
Below is a fifteen-minute documentary on the man, courtesy of Vice.