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  1. PrisonPath December 4, 2014 at 8:28 pm #

    This is very true. The lay world are not knowledgeable concerning criminals and criminal holding facilities and approaches. The League of women voters had me facilitate a group of laypersons to educate and generate fact based discussions on the topic of corrections to see if such would alter their perspectives once given verified facts. Also having taught corrections for almost 3 decades I have seen more of the same from college students.

    The main conclusions I have reached is that lay persons: do not realize the differences between probation and parole, the scope of or the costs of corrections in America, the differences in jail and prison, and the lack of a clear distinguishing difference between many of those in prison and those criminal acts that were never caught and processed (which includes the fact that virtually everyone has committed acts that were they caught could have led to a prison or jail sentence.

    Clearly there is a lot the public do not know. Given the impact of corrections, this is a serious issue in my opinion.

    • Brisa December 24, 2014 at 9:06 am #

      on’t you thinDk it’s time you damn people get off your asses and do stmhoeing about it before it’s too late??? Fight for what’s yours for f*ck sakes like your freedom and your country What ever happened to the land of the free and the home of the brave ? There’s two key words there that i don’t see any one acting on , all i see and hear are people bitching and whining about it and no one doing anything about it So get mad and f*ckin take back what’s rightfully yours while you still can!

  2. PrisonPath December 4, 2014 at 8:29 pm #

    I don’t think the public has any idea about the judicial system at all, how utterly impossible the defendants plight is, especially the Pro Bono cases. Don;t get me wrong, I work with some great Pro Bono attorney’s but we don’t have the same resources as retained attorneys. However, I have had the court arbitrarily and severely cut our approved hours just before trial. Our only recourse was to either quit the project or work for free. I doubt the public knows what a mess the judicial system is and will be unless we get an attorney general or president who can reform the system.

  3. PrisonPath December 4, 2014 at 8:29 pm #

    It is my belief that most attorneys and likely most judges as well, have no idea of the brutal realities of life inside most state prisons. The problem with filing complaints, especially when it involves prison personnel, is the retribution upon the inmate for doing so. I get so tired of hearing the presumptions of the public about three meals a day, cable TV, elaborate gyms and playing video games. How about crappy food, showers once a week, 2″ thick mattresses and 10 minute calls to your loved ones. You get sent to prison as punishment; not for punishment…and brutality!

  4. PrisonPath December 4, 2014 at 8:30 pm #

    Peter Chin-Tai
    Peter Chin-Tai
    Chief Investigator at General Sun Tzu Investigation

    Sadly to note, it does not matter whether it is COUNTY JAIL or PRISON, the fact is the CRIMINAL COPS who CRIMINALIZES innocent citizens need to be addressed who wrongly imprison innocent civilians , falsify POLICE REPORTS, tampering with evidence, conceal and destroy evidence. I work several as a Criminal Defense Investigator, I helped a PRO SE Reginald Eugene Grimes in West PALM Beach Court and we won our case, he is free and now suing the RIVIERA BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT for their criminal acts. We need to reform the laws to be able to SEIZE THE PERSONAL ASSETS OF CRIMINAL COPS AND THEIR PENSIONS and you will see less CRIMES COMMITTED BY CRIMINAL COPS, time to separate HONEST COPS FROM CRIMINAL COPS.

  5. PrisonPath December 4, 2014 at 8:31 pm #

    Prison, jail, or any confined reality is a socially unnatural environment for any human being to be in. What we must understand is that there is a segment of our society, who do not respect the humanity of the people they incarcerate. Unfortunately, African Americans and Hispanics are disproportionately incarcerated at un-believable rates. Unnatural prisons created unnatural results when they are returned to our communities, in most instances unannouced……Think about it!

  6. PrisonPath December 4, 2014 at 8:32 pm #

    Most States have a Restoration of Civil Rights statute. You can additionally apply for a Pardon. Let’s take a look at my State Nevada. Restoration of Civil Rights : http://www.doc.nv.gov/?q=node/77 You will note the Right to Vote is restored. http://www.doc.nv.gov/?q=node/77
    Here is the Pardon Statute in Nevada: NRS 213.090  Pardon: Restoration of civil rights; relieved of disabilities; limitations
    Here is the DOJ on Civil Rights: http://www.justice.gov/crt/about/vot/restore_vote.php

  7. Ryuji December 24, 2014 at 10:06 am #

    If you think were being screwed now,just wait.We will be slevas like none before us.With everything they are getting away with now,it wont compare to what they will do in the future ahead of us.All you have to do is look around with an inquiring mind, this will make you sick to your stomach,because youll know its true.

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