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Over Stimulation vs. Solitude

Last month, the New York Times ran an Op-Ed entitled My Night in Solitary written by the new head of the Colorado department of corrections, Rick Raemisch. He spent one night in Administrative Segregation (Ad Seg) solitary confinement in order … Continue reading

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After the Surgery

I’m relieved that he finally received some sort of operation and survived it. The Bureau of Prisons never informs anyone – inmates or family – what they intend to do, or not do medically, so no one knows what surgery … Continue reading

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Essential Surgery Needed; Rejected by Authorities in a Federal Correctional Institute

What is one to do? What can be done? Is there anything that I or his cousin Christine can do at this point? The time clock is ticking down to the last moment. Time is running out. Nothing is easy … Continue reading

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