My man foolishly is counting his time. Trying to control his every movement and words just to be released. They keep telling him to be thankful he is there were he can t earn extra time to get out early. So the days add on and on. Not enough jobs for every one to earn good credits. Course his time is short now but we feel for those that are up against the same delusion that Nevada prisons care.
" I WAS AT NNCC FOR 11 MONTHS AFTER BEING KICKED OUT OF CAMP. ALL TOGETHER I DID 29 MONTHS. ALL IN ALL NNCC WAS THE BEST TIME I DID. I WAS PUT IN A MADATORY REHAB CALLED OASIS. IT WAS FULL OF SHORT TIMERS AND KIDS WHO HAD NEVER DONE TIME BEHIND A DOOR. THEY LEARNED HOW TO DO TIME REAL QUICK!
SOME OF THE BEST PEOPLE I HAVE EVER MET WERE PUTTING IN TIME THERE. FROM LIFE TO 9 MONTHS. BROTHERS IN ARMS! DURRING MY TIME THERE I PLAYED IN A PUNK BAND. THERE WERE ALSO MANY OTHER BANDS FROM COUNTRY TO METAL AND THEY WERE ALL GREAT MUSICIANS! THE ONLY COMPLAINT I HAD WAS THAT I WAS MILES FROM HOME IN VEGAS. I DESERVED TO BE THERE AND IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE. I HAD A GOOD CELLY AND A TV. ANYONE WHO HAS DONE TIME KNOWS THAT A GOOD CELLY IS HARD TO FIND.I WOULD HAVE NEVER THOUGHT TIME COULD BE SO EASY. LETS NOT FORGET ABOUT THE OTHER 18 MONTHS THAT WERE NOT SO HOT.
I WAS RELEASED IN JUNE 2008 AND AM STILL METH FREE LIVING IN VEGAS, THE CITY OF SIN
"I spent five years at northern nevada correctional facility. It was a nightmare. I was there for a violent crime. Every night I would walk the halls and pray. Pray to god that I would make it out of hell, alive. It was a very unnerving and creepy feeling, in that place. As I walked the halls I could hear the cries of the lost souls that never made it out of there. I would have nightmares about all of the thousands of men who died in that prison. I was not at all afraid of the people. Nor was I ever concerned about being hurt by another inmate. It was the prison itself that I was afraid of. And the souls that were trapped there. When I was released in 1997 I swore I would never return to prison. And unfortunately, I am back until 2014. Not at N.N.C.C. But at Warm Springs this time. I am a fool for using drugs and alcohol, and committing a crime, that I am paying for. But I thank god that I only have to be here for 6 years. My advice to you is, stay clean and sober, live your life for God, get connected with volunteering at a couple of charities, and be happy. Life is too short to be locked up in a cage. Which should actually be called, purgatory.
For My loving brother.
I love you, come home soon."