Tag: incarceration

REASON IN PRISON

It’s hard to find. Recently we’re trying to adjudicate a turns-based system for certain privileges, and it’s difficult. Many guys just cannot see something as being in their own self-interest. They think that selfishness is good for them, but it’s not. It makes the system bad for everyone. […]

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THE CONVICT CODE

The convict code is often spoken of but until now has never Been seen. The myth surrounding the convict code, as being a secret set of regulations that every prisoner must adhere to, is a fallacy. Our code is merely one of life. You need not be a […]

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Prison Release

Here I am… the face to the poems, the smile hidden to most… the heart finally feeling loved… I am blessed these days as I now look to being able to walk from these walls, to being able to pursue all the trials, tears and triumphs of life […]

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From Gangsta to Geek

My name is David Ramos, and I am currently incarcerated at the Stafford Creek Corrections Center, located in Washington State. l don’t actually know but, I assume, that a lot of prison blogs are about things like criminal justice reform, violence prevention, etc… l’m not saying those things […]

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Joshua James Frost

At the age of thirty-six, you might be surprised to learn this is my very first stab at a blog. In fact, I am not too sure how any of this works. I have now been incarcerated for going on thirteen years. I was arrested in Seattle Washington […]

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BONOLITO’S LAW’$ ANIT YOUR’$

“‘”””””””””””””””‘”””””””””””””””””‘* It’s many things on dryland thats apart in the (UNNESS), that’ll keep you and your love one safe with the rights to touching good money. The laws must be upheld at all times, not many will recive a pass upon any of them being steped on, but […]

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ATHEISM IN PRISON

I have been accused of being hostile to religion, usually because I will defend atheism and challenge religion. Which I do not think is hostility; I think a free exchange of ideas is a good thing, as long the participants can be civil and act like adults. Further, […]

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HITTING THE STREETS

It’s been interesting lately as I prepare for my release in October. Several people who, years ago said that I could release to their place, live with them, expect their help, etc., are suddenly backing out or procrastinating. Now that it’s real. I don’t hate them for it; […]

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THE GOOD OLE DAYS IN PRISON

I’m always suspicious when someone in here waxes nostaglic about the “good ole days.” I was in a tough prison in the nineties, a prison that conforms more to what many people on the outside think of as prison. And I suppose for some people, those days WERE […]

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CHAPTER 6

BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! ANDY GIVE ME THAT GUN! Thats what my kindergarten teacher Ms. King was yelling, when she caught me shooting at a crow that was siting on a telephone poll. (I was like dam I missed!) She was still yelling come her boy! I took off […]

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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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RIGHT TO DIE- INITIATIVE 162

Initiative 162 As Drafted and Proposed by: Bruce Bennett DOC #990306 ——— OVERVIEW: Initiative 162 is designed to reduce the ever increasing costs associated with criminal incarceration. Known as the “Right To Die” law, Initiative 162 is similar to “Die With Dignity” laws enacted to ease the suffering […]

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Bruce Bennett

As a concerned party, I am eager to engage in a multi-perspective dialogue regarding Initiative 162. Otherwise known as the “Right To Die” law. Initiative 162 is a voluntary suicide program offered to convicted criminals. The purpose of the law is two fold: Firstly, reduce the taxpayer costs […]

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i just saw a statistic that said… there were more blacks incarcerated in 2015, than there were slaves in slavery back in 1850!!! who is mass incarceration helping right now? because its surely not helping our society as a whole. there has to be an alternative, and i believe […]

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF PRISON

Wakin up in the morning under paper thin white knitted blankets, sleeping on white sheets, on these new 6 inch gray plastic mattresses. The 1st thing I see, is the bottom of the top bunk & the dim yellow of the count light just comin on at 6am. […]

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Chapter 4

ANDY STOP F*CKING WITH THOSE HO’S I was twelve years old when i got my first twenty dollars, and that twenty dollars came from a prostitue name Tina that worked the strip of 12th and Yesler. Now Yesler avenue is a big ass hill that runs east to […]

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Domestic Violence

I keep seeing how the media is crucifying Greg Hardy , and now Araldis Chapman ( a pitcher ) is being gunned down right now by the MLB. But there was an abuser playing in the womens word cup this summer. Her name is Hope Solo , and […]

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” LIKES “

I was going through the channels last night when I ran across Nancy Grace , and she was talking about a facebook killing. She was saying that a female named Sharae Bradford met somebody on facebook , went on a date with him , and was found murdered […]

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