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Monday, February 17, 2014
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hellhole.............
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Sunday, February 03, 2013
frank G

I like the story about the 35lb shield and moving two vertebre . How about maybe your son shouldnt have committed a crime and he would not have been in that situation.
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Thursday, October 18, 2012
Bob

All cons are scum
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
laughing at ya

"35lb shield huh? That shield is called a polycaptor shield, google it, it weighs about 4lbs, basically a flexible piece of plexiglass with 2 handles on it. Sounds like your boyfriend is a lying shithead like I mentioned before"
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Saturday, July 21, 2012
beenthere

"My son was in SB for four years, his crime was a stick up. In his 3rd year there was a riot going on. He was in his cell and saw a friend of his in the hall with a motor on a cord that he was going to swing at a co. My son pulled his friend into his cell so that he could not commit the act and possibly kill a co. My son may have saved a life. His friend would not cuff up so my so didn t either. They sent the tactical team in to get them. When the team entered, my son was smashed over the head with a 35lb sheild, it split his head open and moved to vertebrea in his neck. They twisted his foot to almost break it, that tore ligaments. When he could not walk down the hall they dropped him on his face. Then they made them climb the stairs to get to the hole. His head was barely washed and then all they let the nurse do is steri strip it, all the time rushing her. I forget how many days he did in the hole, but I don t believe he deserved this kind of treatment for possibly saving a co s life. "
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Tuesday, November 06, 2012
evelyn

"Hello everybody, I am from another state, does anybody know if the inmates get there mail the same day the mail room gets it? how long does it for them to get the mail? "
R.D. wrote on Wednesday, December 25, 2013

    they shouldn't even get mail.
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Friday, May 18, 2012
"liz,janny &key"

"hello ,,i have recently vsist my brother ,and i have to said the personal is very friendly and i like the way they set up the visists and i love that they dont bug u on the visiting room ,,i like that some one from the inside is reding all this ,,now i dont ,,understand why iimates cant recive accesories like ,socks underware,pjs books stuff that they could use ,,if evertithing is check before they get it i don t see why not "
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Monday, April 02, 2012
Laughing

"Listen up, for real. I m not trying to offend anyone, so don t take this personally, but heres some observations of SBCC and other facilities in Ma. CO s are for the most part friendly, but have to be strict in enforcing the rules, which by the way, are posted everywhere in the lobbies of every facility. It s your fault you chose not to read them, follow them, or ignore them. Sweat pants, bootie shorts, tube tops, no bra s, huge piercings, contraband, trying to smuggle in narcotics, cigarettes, needles, not bringing your ID, not bringing kids Birth certificates, open warrants, drunk, smelling like marijuana, not watching your kids(CO s are not your babysitters), women performing sex acts in plain view of everyone including the visiting kids. This is just some of the things going on during visits.

Next, lets talk about all the A CO did this to my loved one . Hate to tell ya, but 99.9% of what you are being told is a straight up lie. Your loved one is in the hole and isnt being told why they know exactly why, whats involved, and just like on the street, are being investigated until the matter is handled internally or turned over to the DA s office. My mail was ripped up by a CO nope, 9xs out of 10 you mailed it wrong. There are cameras everywhere, not just 1 tape, those videos are sent to many places even outside of the facilities and are impossible to erase or lose . Another movie myth. Ladies, dating websites for inmates is huge. Do you really think he is thinking I want to meet a kind soul to chill with and maybe friends first hopefully leading to more . You and a dozen others are sending your soulmate money. Some of these loved ones have more money in their prison accounts than they ever did on the street. It s your money, but its fact(no doubt someones gonna say not my loved one ). Heres another fact, SBCC is a Level 6 facility, that means your loved one is a very dangerous person. Like someone posted below, they are not car thieves, they did something or some things that ranked them to Level 6. My loved one is mentally ill , nope, the judge, the jury, and the Physche staff found them mentally sane. I see those games all the time. As someone posted about AIDs/HIV, crap bombs, urine tossing. I know the medical possibilities too, Ill tell you what, if your so sure, , lets make a deal, I get hit with 1 of the above, then I get to do 1 to your kid. Thats fair right? After all, my parents are still alive and im their loved one. Little different looking at it that way isnt it. (and NO i would never dream of doing that to ANYONE).

The things Ive posted above are just the daily grind of SBCC, along with the daily fights, gangs, stealing, lying, fake medical conditions, assaults on staff, fake grievances, faked lawsuits, etc. To those who call me a wanna be cop, ok. But being a fake rent a cop has its perks. I ll be retired after 20yrs, under 50yrs old, a 6 figure a year job cause of overtime, $72,000 without OT, and I have a 4yr college education. So call me a rent a cop, a pig, a fake pig or whatever, its in 1 ear out the other. In all probablity, I probably have a better car, house, motorized toys, and quality of life in general. At the end of the day, Im going home to my loved ones. Like I stated earlier, im not trying to put anyone down, im just stating facts, and they are facts, some people are just blinded with emotion. We dont go to work to make your loved ones day worse, we go to do our job, thats it, no more. Oh and 1 more thing, the Do you know who I am , Im gonna have your job , and Im making a call, youll see doesnt mean crap to us. You look and sound ignorant to us when you behave this way, so save your rants for the ride home, you are bothering the other visitors who are doing whats asked of them.

Take care"
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Monday, April 02, 2012
Laughing

I find alot of this comical. The Evil CO s. Looks like some people have the movies confused with real life. There are more cameras at SBCC than probably any other facility. This isnt Shawshank.
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Friday, January 27, 2012
"liz,janny and key"

"hello, i have recently visited SBCC, and i felt that they are a bit strict on the visiting dress code. other than that all the personnel are very friendly ,and respectful, even my relative living in there told me that they are very nice to the inmates. We have to keep in mind that a jail is what it is a jail, and however we want to see is not a good place for nobody, we have to trust in God cause he is the only one that can provide then resignacion and patience until they see the streets again. Let s be together on this journey and be close to our family, friends, boyfriends whoever is in that belongs to you. Show them that they are not forgotten, visit them more often, write to them, remember they are tied up, not much they can do in there.

so pleas dont abandon your love ones ..you are all they have......and lets pray for them to be safe,and lets pray for the officers who are working and dedicating theyr lifes ,,to our relatives in there...my writing is not as good as i wish cause i am spanish ,,and i could it write it on spanish but i want every body to be able to read my experience ,,,,,i love my brother in there and i hope he comes out soon he got me and 5 little girls and 1 granson and 2 grand daugthers watting for him home ....yony we all love you,,,PS for everybody to write theyr experience in here ,,,,thank you ,,,and know that all the inmates are able to read this too...."
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