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Friday, December 27, 2013
s shorter, at clenton corr. fac.
Hi I sent a package to my son and found out the that union supply send the items and if they are not allowed at the facility the inmate can DONATE the items or send the home or back to Union Supply at the inmates cost. The facility has the option to ask Union Supply to send the faciltiy return postage labels at no cost to the inmate or the facility. The facility chooses to pass the cost onto the inmate. They make sure they use a well OVERSIZED box so the cost us outragous. I know from many times of shipping items and to me that prceedure would be considered high way robbery. It cost him $17.00 to return items that would have cost him nothing if a phone call to the company asking for a number of return labels be sent for futue items.
that is too bad, i completed an internship in the annex myself and found it to be an amazing educational experience and it helped shape my eventual interest in working in the field, though with juveniles. i hope you made people there aware of your feelings
I have had a family member in a NYS medium prison, and I cannot believe the corruption that goes on between a few goverment employees (C.O's) and certain inmates - all for the dirty money! The Law causing conflict between inmates. I thought that was against the law? What a joke! Wow, inmates can't whisper a word, and some live in FEAR under the protection of the state. What a nightmare for some that don't belong amongst the violent. Gang losers and perverts! I pray for protection for all the ones who are trying to do their time peacefully. Someone should write a book on corruption behind the state walls for all the inmates that had feared for their life!
Saturday, October 15, 2011
I am from ohio and my husband is serving a year at noble. I know that is not a lot of time but it is for us. My husband grew pot plants in a spare room and because a light was on the town officer used binoculars to look in our upstairs window. My husband had kidney cancer and had lost 60 pounds and we thought that it would give him appetite. Well it did and he gained the strength to go though his surgery.
We are seniors and I had a stroke a year ago and we needed to watch each other to help get around. This was his first offense and he never took it outside our home. We never had company so no one knew it was there. On top of the year he got 5000 dollar fine and 1 year drivers suspension.
I know this is off the subject but i needed to talk to someone. I am not sugarcoating this in any way. It was non viloent and his charge was cultivation. thank you for listening.
"I heard there was a crazy crew of white guys and a guy, and a very tough Italian guy in the mid 1980s at Clinton prison in New York. Feedback if you know anything."
wrote on Thursday, October 10, 2013
there always will be a crazy crew of white guys that stick together because its us against them. white guys stick togehter always
"Well I didn t do time up North, I started in youth offender Hendry CI in Florida, and there was this time that I was betting with another inmate; his name was Cody and what happened was he and I were playing games because he knew that I didn t know that he was supposed to be released the next day. At first he was winning by a lot and he was like, you going to get my shit today? and running his mouth like he was a bad ass. Then we went in for count.
When we came back out we started again and this time I won everything I lost and won some by the end of the night I was somewhat happy that Cody had to pay me like $35 which in prison every penny counts. When I went in for bed time I told my roommate about the good luck that I just had and my roommate told me that Cody was going to be released the next day so I got mad because this guy just played me and the way he was putting pressure on me that got to me, I could barely sleep that night. The next day after breakfast I saw him still there it appeared that he had lost some gain time and didn t get release. Now I m trying to get mines and I returned the pressure that he had on me. Night time is the last time of the day that we have to do our things like shower, make call, watch TV etc...
Instead of doing any of these things I wanted my money so I was with Cody walking with him while he s gathering my shit he gathered about half of what he owed me and by this time he s getting kind of loud because his friends were backing him up now, telling him not to give me shit. Me and my friend were aware of what was going on and they were ready to pop it off because of all the shit they were saying and it was like 30 minutes for us to be in lockdown for the night. To make a long story short, Cody kept talking shit and refused to get mines and by this time I was tired of listening to him talk shit and I hit him upside his head with a lock and belt. There was blood everywhere and all over me and some of my friends because he throw himself on us.
The officers came and we all tried to get out of the wing but couldn t. Some went to the showers to wash the blood off. I went in my old room and flushed my t-shirt down the toilet because it was full of Cody s blood but that didn t help because we all got picked up and we all went to confinement. I did like 60 days in the hole for that because they couldn t prove that I was the one that hit him on the head with that lock...
I bet you Cody learned a lesson if he didn t he still will remember me for the rest of his life.... "
Thursday, December 10, 2009
"Indio, for those who know!"
"I have plenty of stories for you and I will share a few, short and sweet ones. I am actually writing a book about my stories because what I have to say is not for free. I m feeling for my brothers whose stories I have read on this page, and I know that a lot of you out there are going through a real hard time when you get out, but that is how the system is built. After all, inmates are nothing more than a product, and a correctional facility is nothing more than an industry, and to keep the industry flowing, it has to have a product.
I did almost 15 years in New York, and most of the years I did in the Clinton Hub. If you realy did time in an upstate New York prison, than you know what a hub is, and you also know that Clinton is in Danamora, New York, and the yard is called the Courts. I had court 2, and if you were in Clinton during the years of 1993 to 1997, then you know who was rockin court 2, and court 19, and court 12, and well you know that is all.
Anyway watch for my book, it will surely rock everything you thought you know or knew about prison, and if you have done time you will be saying oh shit that s right, and if you are just interested in the truth about prison than this will be the book to rock all books on prison. The name of the book will be either; Tyranny: Behind the wall, or What block you from? Look for it. And look for a short story that I will be putting on this page if this gets approved, a taste if you will. By the Chief, Big Indio 91AXXXX I will put my whole number next time, 4 those who know."
wrote on Thursday, October 10, 2013
indio i was rocking court 2 2007-2008-2009 white boys court!!!!!
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
"I am affliated with the facility although I have never been an inmate there.I spend many hours a week there, in the annex. I would not recommend anybody to work there, especially if you are a female. The inmates make up stories about the female employees having affairs with the imates. I would personally never get involved with an inmate and am feeling personally attacked by the inmates. Being there is extremely important to my future and education. The inmates do not care that they may ruin the life of those who are doing the right thing just because they chose the lifestyle they chose. They do not take into consideration what they do to a person psychologically and I am very dissapointed in the system. In some cases, I believe that some rumors have the potential to hold truth but in my case, what is being said about me is monotonous and appalling. I have children to think about and the inmates have made thier way into my personal life.If I could turn back time, I would choose a different route to better my education. Maybe even consider an entirely different profession!"
"I grew up behind that twenty foot wall myself and have no intention of boasting about what I supposedly did on the inside, however, I myself still carry the corrections ID to remind me of who I was and what I am now because of the places I have been. I can still remember the yard, a place where many of these men would not go. I can still rememeber the table the five sat at. I was the fifth. (for those of you who were actually there you know what I am talking about). The heads never met inside, and that was why I found it strange to hear some people saying they gladly stabbed their way through. "
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