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It's Not Enough Just To Deplore Horrific Violence

(If you don’t know who Michelle Alexander is you should do some research on her history. She is a voice of reason among a sea of voices who speak only to hear the sound of their own voice pushing an agenda that benefits only the mighty few. 1,203 more words

Racism

o-oh say can you seeeeee.. the lies

Thanks for sharing this, KP. Happy independence day, amurderkkka ;)

Black Women

Black Every Friday

Well, if one only wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen, the lawyers, the judges or the protected members of the middle class. 91 more words

Torture of U.S. Political Prisoners

I read this article today. It is a prime example of how we torture people in our prisons or give them unjust sentences. Some of these people are guilty and some aren’t, but there is such determination to destroy their lives, not based on whether the sentence is just, but because they weren’tliked. 2,098 more words

Prison Politics

Youtube - Are We All Sex Offenders?

A friend of mine has a son who is in jail waiting trial. He has been waiting for a couple years. They want to give him a ten year sentence because of a touching game he and some teenagers were playing and he touched the breasts of an underage (15) girl. 171 more words

Hope

Inside The Forbidden Outside - chapter -The Nightmare

Sometimes I feel like I’m still at the beginning of this nightmare. I lose all track of time and I forget how long I’ve been here. 5,879 more words

Jamie Cummings

I provided testimony to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee-Daniel S. Jason and a 45 year sentence with no parole

Regarding: I provided testimony to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee-Daniel S. Jason and a 45 year sentence with no parole

Executive Director:Mary Gilberti

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SonniQ reblogged this on My Name is Jamie. My Life in Prison and commented:

...... There is a very high percentage of inmates who are mentally Ill.The story of this man's sonwho got 45 years with no possibility of parole because he exhibited the signs of his illness -Asperger's Syndrome - and committed no crime, is beyond acceptable. The judge wouldn't allow testimony to be given that explained what this illness is. His life now is ruined. This happens so often. Most of the inmates in solitary confinement have a mental illness. There are so many changes needed in our criminal injustice system. Criminalization of mental illness should be a crime itself.