Category: justice

I Can Barely Breathe, by WILLIAM CARTER

The air is suffocating with the intoxicating culture of racial inequality. More than 400 years after black people were deemed full people with rights, being black still equates to living a life full of tension, anxiety, and uncertainty. I remain incarcerated 11 years after committing a crime attempting […]

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INJUSTICE, by Maurice Baker

The final words in the Pledge of Allegiance states,with Liberty and Justice for ALL.”We havent pledged that justice it only belongs to some or that liberty is a privilege,yet the reality which we live in paints a different picture. We sung a song I CANT BREATHE and nobody […]

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by Greg Andreotti

So, this week is Restorative Justice week in prison. I’m not positive but I believe it is Restorative Justice week Nationwide. In prison we acknowledge this by having speakers from several VSO’s Victim Service Organizations). Today we had speakers from the Hope organization during the Q and A […]

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Healing Justice, by Marquette Boone

Healing justice to me is finding solutions by being proactive, opposed to vicious prosecution resulting in mass incarceration. The U.S. criminal justice system for too long has relied on punishment with little emphasis on restorative justice. This has resulted in tens of million Americans with arrest records, convictions […]

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by Ronald Johnson

hey freeworld your help is needed , getting home to mines (family), for the court is not following yhe directives of the kansas legislative branch and I can easily prove this, please contact me, this is not a scam or ploy to get anyone to write this is […]

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Smarter Justice! by Temple Bravo

The plight of the over two million incarceration citizens of this great country of ours. It saddens me that this beloved country of ours would housed the largest prison population on the planet. So it is clear that people of goodwill have to play a proactive role in […]

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“Justice?”by Shaheed James

The following information is presented to the reader in order to invoke the kind of curiosity that compells Justice to raise its noble head.The resonation of a flawed justice system throughout the country seldom exposes the Courts to there method of prosecution, granted they permitted the impropriety, until […]

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Social Justice by Mr. Davon Motley Sr.

Social justice? In these times it seems as if that’s a myth, urban legend, or some fictitious rumor. I say that because of the injustice we view on TV. Multiple police shootings of unarmed black men, mass incarceration of black men, mass unemployment in the black community, racial […]

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“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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