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I made it!  Right after breakfast they changed me out of solitary and took me downstairs to Unit 10, the best unit according to word of mouth. 525 more words

Chemical Dependency

Saudi Arabia: 4 Women 14 Years in Captivity

Princesses Sahar, Jawaher, Hala and Maha have been locked in the Jeddah royal compound since 2001. They have no access to food or medical care and have reported to organizations and media mistreatment by the people guarding them. 547 more words

Solitary, Still


It wasn’t always the hard stuff.

Shortly after I lost my job at the ice cream plant, one of my close friends wore a wire into my apartment and attempted to buy some meth from me.   183 more words

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Virginia’s New Anti-NDAA Detention Bill Turns the Table on Feds

A bill introduced in the Virginia assembly would take the next step in stopping illegal federal kidnapping under the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act.

Virginia stood alone and passed the first bill in the country addressing detention provisions written into the NDAA  in 2012. 271 more words




Boring!  That’s the only way to describe my time here so far.  I got to choose a couple real winners from the seg book cart the other day.   427 more words

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Rally to Close Guantanamo and End Torture, Jan 11 2015

January 11th was the 13th anniversary of the arrival of the first detainees at Guantanamo. A broad coalition of groups from Amnesty International to Witness against Torture and World Can’t Wait held a rally at the White House, followed by a march to the Department of Justice.   186 more words



Margaret Hilda Thatcher is an idol for many in the present Australian government. Therefore those words of hers in the caption above are especially relevant to a big problem in Australia today regarding asylum seekers: 343 more words