Misleading – Innocently or Knowingly?

Posted by on Jun 17, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

I have met Ms. Bailey, and she’s a nice lady. However, my guess is that she has no idea of what really goes on inside Delaware’s prisons. Or is she, like hundreds of others, afraid to tell the truth   … ashamed to admit that she was associated with an agency out of control? For those of us who know the real Perry Phelps (from observation and from numerous comments by D O C Staff, who dare not disclose their identities for fear...

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Bailey: Corrections Department didn’t want to hear his story, Legislature and Warren Buffett should.

Posted by on Jun 14, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

“America’s Dirty Little Secret – Prison Abuse – The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth” is the title of my book, still in progress.  See sooooooooo many articles here under “Prison Abuse.  I am not surprised that Buffett owns stock in this private prison service sector; it is extremely profitable. It is also, however, a disaster for justice, and good ole grandfatherly Warren Buffett should...

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Prisoner Enters Federal System Able to See, Leaves Nearly Blind; $2.6 Million Settlement

Posted by on Jun 14, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

If you had seen the prison abuse I have seen … If you knew how many thousands of YOUR tax dollars are wasted needlessly due to our prisons … YOU would be marching in the streets!    I can see it now: people who post shit like “don’t do  the crime”, because they are so clueless; they don’t know that thousands of INNOCENT people are locked up every year, that about 500,000 people in our prisons have not been...

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Prosecutors give up on more trials in Delaware prison riot

Posted by on Jun 12, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

As I predicted, and as I strongly suggested to AG Kathy Jennings, the State of Delaware has given up on trying more inmates in connection with the death of a C O during the uprising 28 months ago. As I have maintained: The fact is that they do not know who killed that C O! My good friend, and great lawyer, Stephen Hampton, Esq., just sent me the news. 🙂   His class action lawsuit against more than 100 prison officials, on behalf of more than 90...

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PLN managing editor responds to editorial by CoreCivic CEO Damon Hininger – Private Prisons Part of the Problem, Not the Solution to Reducing Recidivism

Posted by on Jun 11, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

CoreCicic and other private prison operators are as much a national disgrace as our current president, although most folks don’t know it, and don’t know why, because they are not in the news as much. See numerous articles on this website. It is the patriotic duty of my friends at Prison Legal News – Paul Wright and Alex Friedmann –  to rebut comments made by anyone espousing the “benefits” of private...

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New York City Bills Would Set The Stage To Replace Rikers Island Jail With A Solar Farm Queens produces much of the city’s dirty electricity and houses most of its prisoners. A new package of bills aims to “right wrongs.”

Posted by on Jun 11, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

Now here is a great idea! All of America’s prisons are hell holes, but Rikers is one of the worst  … second only to those run by ICE and its private prison contractors. Excerpts from the Article: The New York City Council is preparing to consider a trio of bills that would set the stage to convert the infamously violent jail complex on Rikers Island into a solar farm and wastewater treatment facility. The bills mark what Queens...

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