Hey am trying to see my boyfriend in ironwood I sent out a visiting slip and it came back twice to me that I was denied I think because in 2011 I got a traffic ticket and went to court for it . the ticket went into collections but I moved out of area I haven't put no payment but my record is clean I don't know if this could be why am denied if so how can I fix it? please someone help me I need to see my boyfriend his babys miss him!!
" I did 8 years in Ironwood State Prison. It s located in Blythe, CA. It was bloody hot there. Every summer, like clockwork...we had back-2-back rioting. For the most part it kept us on lockdown. But when we got off...it was on again."
I don t know what you did to get incarcerated, but I got sent away for screwing up a lot of peoples lives. Neither the Judge, the DA, nor the prison officials had anything to do with my incarceration, it was all me.
Being 16 and quite a tough guy, I lifted weights but was not really a skilled fist-fighter. I caught the eye of a lifer, who thought my butt looked cute in a pair of panties. Upon wearing a sundress and high heels for 3 years of a 5 year sentence, one day one of those CO s came to work, it was she who took pity on me. This small, quiet lady arranged better accommodations for me to finish out my sentence.
The moral of this story is that it wasn t a gang, weight lifting, or God that saved me, but a mere public servant in this case - a CO . "
I don't know where Iron State Prison is located, however I was a one-time guest of the Delaware County Jail in Pennsylvania and I don't agree with you about the CO's. One CO used to show up everyday and pat me down for no reason whatsoever, then threaten to write me up to get me sent to state prison.
Well, of course he was reasonable, he was giving me a break. He found some out-of-the-way place to put his cock in my mouth and call his wife in the course of that conversation, then ejaculate into my mouth. "
"There are stories about correctional officers that have committed suicide after working in this prison for several years. All of the above stories are all about the inmates, yet employees put their lives on the line every day just by showing up for their jobs."