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How Inmates Submit Blogs To InmateBlogger.com

Hello Readers! Do you know anyone who is incarcerated? Would they like to contribute to Inmate Blogger? I welcome all writers, regardless of their writing experience. The topics that inmates choose to write about is entirely up to them (ex: prison life, society, relationships, law, poems, short stories, health, personal […]

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Submitting Blogs to InmateBlogger.com

Hello Readers! Do you know anyone who is incarcerated? Would they like to contribute to Inmate Blogger? Blogging offers a wide range of opportunity. The topics that inmates choose to write about is entirely up to them (ex: prison life, society, relationships, law, poems, short stories, personal struggles, inner […]

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BILLIONAIRES PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF PRISONERS, THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS, AND U.S. POSTAL SERVICE By:Tommie Forster

“When the state is most corrupt, the laws are multiplied.” Tacitus Effective 2017, the Virginia Department Of Corrections (VDOC) has instituted a new mail policy, which they falsely claim will stem the flow of contraband, primarily the controlled substances and fentanyl into Virginia prisons, when they well know […]

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Submitting Blogs to InmateBlogger.com

Hello Readers! Do you know anyone who is incarcerated? Would they like to contribute to Inmate Blogger? Blogging offers a wide range of opportunity. The topics that inmates choose to write about is entirely up to them (ex: prison life, society, relationships, law, poems, short stories, personal struggles, inner […]

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TIER REP MEETING WITH JPAY:

Thanks/Praise to God PART 1: IN ATTENDANCE: CPM Jones, CPM Bohon, Secretary Senior Troy GUESTS: JPAY REPRESENTATIVES: Lyon Dhanukhharrisingh, Lee Posner, Greg Levine, Jim Markey CPM Bohon welcomed everyone to the meeting. JPay representatives introduced themselves & stated the purpose of the meeting was to discuss what has […]

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Robert Hampton

This is my first time on this site so allow me to introduce myself, my name is Robert Hampton #708710 I’m serving a 30 year sentence for murder. In my whole time down I have sat back and just watched the corruption from the inside. I was a […]

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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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Inmate Blogger

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Prison Issues

I am awaiting responses from the CPM, Correctional Program Manager, and the Superintendent, from letters that I wrote to both of them regarding the issues that we would like to see addressed. I do not know when, but the CPM did send me a message on the kiosk […]

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