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Justice Department Is NOT Worried About Sending Innocent People to Prison

Our judicial system, one large network that all trickles down from the Supreme Court, is broken, at best.  Thanks to the “War on Drugs”, our prison population has doubled, maybe even tripled by this point, which leads to overpopulation.  464 more words

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I cannot sleep. I can’t escape,

The prison of my heart.

The warden holds his keys to me,

Yet I can’t run from my heart, 86 more words

Poetry

Meaningful volunteering in Gardner & Shirley MA

Get to know our neighbors who are incarcerated quite close to home. Find out about opportunities to connect with people through the bars and influence other people’s lives. 137 more words

Prison

Essay: A Fear in the Dark

by Dean Faiello

As I lined up with other prisoners in a brick passageway, six Attica guards huddled in a group, wearing blue latex gloves and gripping wooden clubs. 6,232 more words

Psalms

Reflection: Isaiah 26:3

by Jessica McGee

You will keep him in perfect peace,
Whose mind is stayed on You,
Because he trusts in You. (Isaiah 26:3 NKJV)

A lot of people think that being in prison is easy. 195 more words

Hebrew Bible

Murder? You be the judge.

A new free ebook by Eric Christopher Miller.

Forget NCIS, people – this sh*t’s for real!!

In 2006, Eric Christopher Miller shot ‘Jamey B’ twice in the head point-blank with deer slugs from a 12-gauge shotgun. 61 more words

Prison

Mexico: Let the Storm Begin! Luis Fernando Sotelo Sentenced to 33 Years

Originally posted to It’s Going Down
From Anarchist Black Cross – Mexico
Translated by Scott Campbell

On Tuesday, September 20, after one year and nine months of proceedings, our compañero Luis Fernando Sotelo Zambrano was given a sentence of 33 years and five months in prison and a fine of 519,815.25 pesos, for the crimes of attacks on public thoroughfares, first-degree attacks on public order, and first-degree destruction of private property. 278 more words

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