A client of mine, Jacqueline Olivo, died while in costody at MCI Framingham on or about 6/17/14. Does anyone have any information or stories regarding Ms. Olivo or her health while there or her death? Please contact me at (617) 515-9424.
"I did some time at MCI - none of which is GOOD time...Not so long as you don t have your freedom. However, as long as I stayed on the straight and narrow; I treated people the way I wanted to be treated...ALL WAS GOOD. I had to keep myself busy and care for the women who were on either side of me. Bottom line, they were MY SISTERS! Church; library, etc. kept me (us) busy, because - Let s face it....we have time on our hands. Life on the outside is still hard! It s what you make it -- as long as we have EACH OTHER because we CANNOT do it alone. Please let Sister Lucy and Sister Booker know that their words still live within me and you guys, just hang in there, because IT WILL GET BETTER! Know that a fellow/former/mate is STILL with you all!! God Bless You All!! "
"I just did two and a half years at MCI Framingham. I got out about a year ago. The cops talk to you like you re nothing and there s nothing that you can do about it, because if you try they ll just set you up with some lame stuff or PI you just because they can."
"I was just in Framingham, and it was the worst thing that I have ever had to deal with. I saw how CO s talk to the prisoners. They don t care about them. I hope that they do something about who they hire, because if they dont have patience and respect they shouldn t be working.
I dont know what to do. It is so unfair. Just because you made a mistake doesn t mean you have to be treated like ****. "