Category: INMATES & JUSTICE

“Justice?” by Rebecca Boone

Cudos to Suzie Jennings and her effort with inmateblogger.com to show the human side of prison inmates! There has to be a better way! Ted Dekker wrote in his novel “Sanctuary” that prisons are nothing more than “monster factories”. After serving 15 years in prison for crimes I […]

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5. JUSTICE

“In proportion as torments become more cruel, the spirits of men…. become callous.” – Cesare Beccaria In the 8 months I spent in the Snohomish County Jail I did a good deal of soul searching. Although I had become bent on destroying myself I never intended to harm […]

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VERRICK’S PLEA FOR JUSTICE:

by Verrick Yarborough & Revolutionary X In conclusion, amidst all the chaos & confusion, justice is just a figment of America’s imagination & an illusion, masterfully crafted at the hands of master of deception, deceit, trickery cover ups & disguise. The government hires criminals, to administer over the […]

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PRISON INJUSTICE

I have met some intelligent guys in here who become obsessed with the idea of the corruption of DOC, the problems in the justice system, and the supposed slavery of the modern prison industrial complex. Now, look, there are problems in the justice system; there are stiffer penalties […]

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Is prison really justice ?

Count the cost! Why dont we ask the mothers,wives,children and friends of the incarcerated.Is it fair that incarcerated persons families in order top recieve phonecalls has to deposit a minimum of $25.00 dollars in aprepaid account and are charged $5.95 for that deposit so end up with $19.05 […]

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Justice Anyone? (Part 3)

“Hands up! Don’t shoot!” Words that have become synonymous with the life and death of Michael Brown. Words I fear are becoming overtly sensationalized and invalid as a new era of civil rights is picking up steam.** This is a matter of real life not a video game.** […]

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JUSTICE ANYONE? (Part 2)

Prison is a punishment. However, what is deemed an effective punishment for some, may not be an effective punishment for all. Someone may have been incarcerated for longer than they have been alive and continue down the same criminal path. While another may only have been in long […]

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JUSTICE ANYONE? (Part 1)

There are countless men I am doing time with that will NEVER see the streets again. Men who will never be released back into society. Many men who will die not in the arms of loved ones but in the prison infirmary, alone, as their soul transitions into […]

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