Daniel Turner

AUTHORITY IN PRISON

It’s common for guys in here to hate being yelled at, having the officers tell them what to do, and so on. “I don’t like people barking orders at me,” they say. Well, who does? I know I don’t. The point is, however, is that there are times when you should accept a legitimate authority and respect it. In the military, for example. Guys in the military are yelled at and treated far worse than we are in here. Or, if you’ve committed a felony and you’re in prison, where you’re SUPPOSED to be under someone’s authority. That’s the whole reasoning being prison: In one way or another, we showed that we require supervision. It doesn’t have to be a bad thing; it’s something you accept as part of your personal responsibility.

Dan Turner
DOC #767569

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