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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
IN YOUR FACE

"TO Dyablo: you are only hearing your fiancee s verson, He lied to you, I know who he is. "
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
In your face

To the concerned parent: The restrooms are only closed for 30 mins during count time if it takes longer than 30 mins the offenders are able to use the restroom there are no restrictions. Count is at the same time everyday and 5 mins to counts is called over the intercom system. If your perfect little angel still lies to you then you need to work that out with him.
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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
meek-lamb

"NEED ASSISTANCE!! Can anyone tell me the procedure to secure early release due to terminal cancer? My son was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer Sept. 2011. I applied for his early release at Jeff. City Cor. Center but was denied because he is ambulatory, and still able to dress himself; his Carnosky score is too high. I have no idea what a Carnosky score is!

I was told when he becomes fully incapacitated, bedridden, at the point of death, then they will consider releasing him. His out date is Aug. 2013. Is this humane? Where is the civility in this act?

Reason for confinement does not include possibility of being a threat to another. To whom must I seek help for him to spent his last days at home with his family? Thanks."
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Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Anxious

"Is anyone out there!! can someone help me!! I ve spent my monies on lawyers, Now my money is gone it s in there pockets, they treats me like dirt, won t take my calls, I m fighting the battle it seems by myself No real assist they gave me as for as trying to help me. I need real medical assistance I need out of here.!!"
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Monday, June 21, 2010
dyablo

"WDRCC is a minimum security prison in St Joesph, MO. My fiancee was recently transferred from the facility to TCC. While in WDRCC he was falsely acussed of a conspiracy to introduce due to a failed UA. After an investigation and finding no evidence they confined him to three months in the hole and resticted him from any contact visits for a year. They charged him with 11.2 violation within the correctional system.

This is unusual and cruel punishment only on the assumption of an officer. The Adjustment Board did not use proper procedure to find him guilty of the violation. They only used the wording of the violation for evidence."
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Tuesday, March 16, 2010
concerned parent

"Western Youth Institution needs to be investigated. Some of the guards won t let the prisoners go to the rest room. They were urinating out the window or in their soda bottles and having a BM in potato chip bags.

This is uncalled for. People need to be punished for doing wrong but they do not need to be treated like animals. Let them relieve themselves the human way, not the animal way and replace the idiots that are doing this. They are paying for their crimes and they don t have to be tortured anymore than they are, being in prison."
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Saturday, February 13, 2010
anonymous

I am wondering what the # 10 means at Western Rection Diagnostic Center. My son has recently been transfered there. His girlfriend tells me it s a number for protective custody. Can someone enlighten me on this? Thanks.
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Friday, April 02, 2010
justice

My fiancee is at Oshkosh Correctional Institution. Does anyone know why they would change anyone s tracking from a seven to a severe six? When he has not had any major conduct reports since 2006? Is anyone else having this problem? I feel they are just trying to block his release.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Kitty

"I have a husband who is currently at Oak Hill Correctional. He was originally at D.A.C.C. for an alcohol program. He thought he had the flu but after 3 weeks he kept getting weaker and weaker. Instead of them looking into it further, they transferred him to Osh Kosh Correctional and kicked him out of the program. He was weak there, so weak he hit his head on the urinal. He told the guard and the guard didn t believe him and got the nurse. All the nurse did was give him Tylonal and said I ll see you in the morning. Well he was bleeding internally in his head.

In the morning they rushed him to UW-Madison and did emergency surgery. The doctor said he could of died within a day if he wasn t rushed there. Now he has a metal plate in his head and has a ticking sound which he can t sleep from. There was definetely negligence involved. I don t quite understand how people can get away with this, it s unfair. OshKosh also lost his Epi-machine for his back and tried to replace it with a different version and my husband said no I want my original one back.

They said we need all the information on the serial number and model number and I gave it to them, no one got back to me. I then called to see what there doing on it and they told me your husband has to send an appeal to Madison which he didn t even know about."
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Monday, September 08, 2008
Mankind

"WRDCC is a minimum security prison in St. Joseph, Missouri. I was a level 4 inmate when I was put there.

I had a cellie that was in his late 50 s. He came down sick and kept going to medical but they told him he was fine. After several visits, the Dr told him that he wouldn t see him because my cellie was faking it . If it wasn t for the amount of money and strings on the outside, he would have had to settle. Instead, he called his attorney who threatened legal action. They took him to the infirmary and kicked him out of there two or three days later fully jaundiced. After a week they took him back in to the infirmary. Two weeks before he was to be released from a 5 yr sentence, he was diagnosed with colon cancer. They rushed to get release papers ready for an early release, but the morning they had it ready he died. The worst part of this was that his daughter was there asking for an early release with her attorneys present. They told her no. She had asked three times to release him to her and the attorneys custody but they said no every time. Then after he died from their neglect, they called her asking her to come claim his body and property. "
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