Category: Gerald Bates

“Reflection” by Gerald Bates

While I sit here in my cell fixing my umpteenth ramen noodle concoction. I realize how pathetic my life has become. The loneliness, most of my few friends are gone. Family, passing on. Prison allows us one major thing. “Time”, time for reflection. I have given my lifes […]

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“Political Reform” by Gerald Bates

When are the Governor’s in this country going to realize that they can’t just appoint friends and political supporters to run agencies with out any oversight? Take parole boards for example. Here, in the Commonwealth we’ve seen how bad the lack of oversight can be! Just compare the […]

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“Judicial Reform” by Gerald Bates

I suffer from a legal conundrum which the courts have refused to address. In that situation, I’m not alone. I’ve discussed my situation in previous post, “Life over a Bounced Check” & ” Florida Life w/out Parole Capitol”. The average middle class citizen believes the courts are fair […]

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“Police State America” by Gerald Bates

This is for you Sacramento!!!!! A menace to Democracy and Liberty has arisen in Twenty First Century America. The acceptance of unfettered Police powers, mass incarceration and our government’s diminishing reguard for personal civil liberties, due process, equal protection and Freedom. The rights guaranteed to the individual citizen […]

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