Tag: prison

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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The Gift of Blogging

Dear Readers, Share the gift of blogging with your incarcerated loved ones by telling them about inmateblogger.com. Every person has a voice that deserves to be heard. We support & believe that writing can be a great source of rehabilitation, growth, and healing. This site is a collection of blogs […]

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WASHINGTON DOC SETTLES LAWSUIT WITH PRISONER AFTER UNLAWFULLY DENYING HIM ACCESS TO HIS MEDICAL RECORDS, by Brian Matthews

Song Pick: “Africa” by Toto. “Washington’s prisons are notorious for their unethical, immoral lack of treatment of their prisoners’ health, and court records show that the previous DOC chief medical officer (Steven Hammond) has been sued a reported 166 times–in the federal courts alone–since 2007 for his draconian […]

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THANK YOU’s

“Thank u so much for being a voice for the voiceless and strength for the weak.” -A.W. “Thank you for giving me the opportunity to submit blog entries on your site. It really means a lot that you offer this service for someone such as myself who is […]

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The Last Blessing in Prison Decimated Over a Farce: A Year in Review (Success or Failure) – by John Hamilton

In April of 2017, the Virginia Dept. of Corrections (VADOC) implemented more stringent security measures in response to the uncontrolled influx of contraband (drugs and cell phones) covertly being brought into prisons. There are three distinct ways contraband may be smuggled; 1) by prisoner through visitation, 2) by […]

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“Our Storms” by Davin Wallace

Before it seem like Im trying to make it about “me” growing up in low income drug & crime infested housing & “correctional” facilities, I would like to first assure you I’m only 1 out of millions that has, still do & will continue to face the tremendous […]

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It’s Time to Start Thinking Outside the Box When It Comes to Penal and Criminal Justice Reform Efforts by John Hamilton

A long time ago I once heard someone describe insanity as doing the same thing, over and over again, expecting different results. This undoubtedly describes the dilemma surrounding penal and criminal justice reform efforts in America. It’s time to rethink our reform strategies and embrace a more innovative […]

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Introducing Daniel J. Royston

Introductions are in order… Hey there, My name is Daniel. Of course I’m known more formally as Daniel J. Royston. I’m 42 years old, got arrested in 1997 and I’m currently tallying off days in the Ohio Dept. of Rehabilitation and Corrections behind the walls of the Marion […]

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The grosses brutality is practiced within our Penal Institutions in America. by Ronald Johnson

Prisoners are abused,ill fed, ill cared for,ill medical care here in Kansas,and further criminalized by mixing youths,who are not criminal ay heart, with harden men whose very souls aresteeped in crime and degrading practices. Governments “fram” out prisonersto self seeking contractors who are notrestricted in their practices and […]

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ARE YOU HAPPY? By: Difference (AKA: James Kelly)

I’m pretty happy, and I’m currently incarcerated. I understand that you can’t find you happiness from belongings, relationships, addiction, food etc…And I’ve read that you can’t let you outer circumstances dictate whether you are happy or not. Happiness needs to come from inner peace and being content. When […]

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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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Introducing Rapheal Mitchell

Salutations! My name is Rapheal Mitchell. I was born on November 9th, 1982; making me a Scorpio and 35 years old. I have been incarcerated for the last 16 years. I left society in 2001;where if you had a flip phone you were really doing well. I consider […]

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DEAR OFELIA By Alan Thrower

OFELIA. E Ofelia….Ofelia. Has anyone ever told you that you have a old-fashioned name? well it’s okay because I love it. As a matter of fact, I’ve never met a girl named Ofelia before….that means you are one of a kind. Ofelia I’ll continue to write you okay? […]

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