Hays State Prison | Georgia

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Wednesday, January 14, 2015
anonymous

After reading all the other posts, I guess the 'store' is really not the main issue here! But still, I guess my point is that it's very obvious even when the worst of how this prison operates (beatings, rapes, etc) isn't being shown that it's extremely corrupt.
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Wednesday, January 14, 2015
anonymous

I just watched part of a National Geographic series on this prison. Seems that if they don't want inmates using 'store' items for currency then they should limit how many things an inmate can get at one time! pretty frickin simple. And when they do these 'surprise', major shakedowns by the super trained military group they should CHECK THE GUARDS and their stuff too! Seems this prison system (Georgia paramilitary) is more about allowing the inmates to be out of control just enough to justify all their jobs and make lots of money. SAD! I watched another documentary about hospice in prisons and the maximum security prison featured (Folsom?) used to be one of the most violent and dangerous in the country (mostly lifers and prisoners with long sentences and violent crimes) until this one warden showed up. He reduced violence by like 63% or close to that. He really seemed to respect the prisoners as human beings, said he felt his job was to help rehabilitate and not punish, and whatever he's doing should be emulated...allow these prisoners a chance instead of encouraging violence and corruption with their 'store' system and then punishing them for using that system in a corrupt way. it's messed up! They're just the fueling the problem when there's a simple solution.
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Saturday, August 02, 2014
it sucks to be you

Hey. It's prison. If you don't like it, don't get locked up.
wrote on Tuesday, October 21, 2014

    First of all u about to be one of the most ignorant mutherfuckas i know to even speak that...You are only a blink of an eye from prison ur self all u have to do is be in tbe wrong place at the wrong time or kill somebody in a car accident be careful what u say cause it could be u r ur children
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Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Concern citizen

I had a brother who was at Hays State Prison in early 2000.It was a bad place than.He was beaten by officers on several occasions.Gang members and officers was causing so much violence and guards was allowing it and part of majority of illegal things going on.Its private camp so nothing done about it.Complaints or phone calls don't get return.Its a very dangerous camp that should have been closed down.
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Saturday, November 16, 2013
concerned black man

Do men get raped at Hays State Prison? i have a relative recently arrived there from Dekalb county Jail, and i was wondering if anyone would try to rape him, hes only 19 years old very small and i think hes afraid of going to prison? i looked at his prison mugshot he looks so old like hes almost 45 years old his hair looks like its turned gray or something im wondering if my worst fear has come to past yet?
Just helping wrote on Tuesday, March 25, 2014

    Tell him to get with Muslim and become one
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Friday, May 10, 2013
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This is my second trip to this prison and the same thing that was going on then is going on right now. The officers are racist and they beat inmates at will. This is happening right now as we speak. Everybody knows everybody and the CERT is like a KKK movement. Sgt. S****** that works the Annex and use to be on CERT is a racist and live to beat on inmates. The Annex is like a concentration camp!
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Monday, April 15, 2013
Anonymous

"The only reason I am posting anonymously is because I don't want my loved one to have repercussions.

Hays is the most corrupt, violent, dishonest place I have ever seen in my life. Captain ***** needs 15 to life himself, for allowing the sexual assaults and beatings to take place. Wonder how he would fair picking up the soap. Officer ***** is a racist and needs to be hung in his own backyard. He is always in someone's business, but does not talk about how he himself brings food into the prison to feed the inmates in the kitchen. This is only the first of many posts like this...OHHHHHHHHHH and MR ***** SHOULD GET READY TO GET HIS PINK SLIP...I PROMISE"
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Sunday, November 03, 2013
NAJI

"I was one of the first persons to be housed in Hayes, 1990, as a result of an illegal search and seizure which was overturned. They were still reluctant to let me go straight out of the hole. My case is in the law books and today I am a paralegal/ e discovery specialist. It is truly a hell hole and chain gang if there ever was one."
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Saturday, January 19, 2013
1095

man i just looked at several news paper articles. these people lied McClain died in another inmates cell not his bed. Stubbs had been in the whole for several days complaining of his injuries and was ignored. And the guy who died friday died on the sidewalk in front of the building he was about to move in. He still had his personal property outside the dorm. He never saw a hospital alive. These people don t care as long as it isn t them.
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Saturday, January 19, 2013
1095

i m at hayes right now. these people could care less about murdered inmates. they tell us we don t care what you do. don t touch black (in reference to the CERT officers) and don t touch blue (the c.o s).
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