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Old 09-02-2003, 10:07 PM
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Question What is Prison really like? First hand information on real prison experiences

Someone had suggested I start a new thread for anyone who has questions about what it's really like to be in prison. I was incarcerated in a Pennsylvania state prison for 38 months. I would be more than happy to answer any questions for anyone.
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I was incarcerated in a West Virginia state prison for 4 years. I would also be happy to answer anyone's questions.
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Well, I have a question. From time to time D tells me bits and pieces of what it is like. He tells me that I take things for granted--even the fact that I sleep in my own bed. He tells me that every day he has to face the fact that he has no control over his own life. He has to watch his back. But he doesn't tell me what he is feeling when he's running to get to bed before 10:45 or he'll go to the hole. He doesn't tell much. Just bits and pieces. And he sometimes gets frustrated and thinks that I'm running game on him. So, tell me what is it really like. Be brutally honest even if its scary. Because this is his reality and I love this man enough to give him my life. I need to understand. Thanks.
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Oh, and what can I expect when he gets home. He's been in since last Nov. How can I help make the transition easier. What can I do to help him besides write and visit and send what I can? What does an inmate need from their loved ones while in and when they come home? Thanks again.
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I see shows. like last night. Loved Ones behind bars. It all scares me.
My son has a lot of years ahead of him. He has already been beaten by three guys, for not doing as they asked. I can't stand it. So, now he is in the hole for 30 days for not snitching, cause if he did then he would get beat again. I don't understand how the guards can let this kind of thing happen. I know that they are in there to be punished but to get beaten while minding your own business is AWFUL.
Please pass some advise to me so I can pass it on to my son.
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Hi, I would like to know as well how it is in jail. My husband tells me that if he's not a snitch he gets put in the hole for something he didn't do or even written up. This last incident his cellmate was found with marijuana next to his tv and in his urine. Since my husband didn't snitch on him he was put in the hole for 60 days and 180 no contact visits. That's 6 long months that I can't see my baby because if he snitches he feels as though they are out to get him. Please help me understand if you can. Thanks.
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What is it like in prison once they sentance you to jail? What are the differences in state and federal prisons?

Any past ex-cons please feel to pass along your experiences and knowledge of the system.
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Sure I've got a question. My guy's been in for almost a year, on a 2nd DWI, just got hit at the boards. He was WAY sure he'd be paroled. When we talked the last time, we fought, and he hung up. Hasn't called since - 3 months now. He does send messages occasionally through his parents, for whom I do regular shopping and home repairs. I'm still sending cigs, letters, cards, etc. But what's going on in his head? Shame, guilt, general stupidity, embarrassment, just doesn't care any more, fear of disappointing, general prison psychosis? I've got too many options to choose from and too little info to make a sensible choice.
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TO ANYONE WHO HAS EVER BEEN IN A VA PRISON, MY SON WILL BE GOING SOON. ALL THESE STORIES REALLY SCARE ME. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STATE AND FEDERAL PRISONS? THANKS, KIM
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I AM SCARED WHEN MY HUSBAND GETS HIS PIDDELLY ASS TEN MINUTE CALLS ,HE SOUNDS SO DIFFERENT.HE TELLS ME HOW I COULD NEVER UNDERSTAND SINCE I AM NOT IN THERE.I WANT TO UNDERSTAND HE SOUNDS SO MUCH MEANER THAN HE EVER HAS BEEN. I WATCH MOVIES LIKE SHAWSHANK AND I AM SO SCARED THAT ALL THE HORROR STORIES THEY PORTRAY WILL HAPPEN TO HIM!!!!!!!!!!!! I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO .HOW DO I HELP HIM?WHAT IS THE LIKELY HOOD OF JUDICIAL RELEASE??/I MISS HIM SO MUCH AND IT SEEMS LIKE I NOR HIM HAVE ANY RIGHTS !CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT IT IS LIKE IN THERE FOR HIM> :fb:
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My son just got transferred to Beaumont USP and will be there a week this Tues.; he previously was at Memphis FCI.

Are there big differences he will encounter or will it be a big difference for me in the way he writes and what little he tells me about? He does have a friend who he writes often and he shares a great deal more with her; that's ok cause I know he needs it but I wish he would be more open with me also.
I really don't have any idea what the differences are between a USP or FCI--can someone give me a little education here??
How rough is it for affiliations in USP's if you know what I'm asking???
I will be very glad to get any real replies back as I know this forum is from people who know the truths..I am no pansy and can take and appreciate anything you answer with.

Thank you and God Bless you and keep you.
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My boyfriend has been there for 1 year and 6 months he still has 2 years left. He had never told me anything that goes on in the prision (he is in a federal) can someone tell me what goes on in there and how is it the first time you get there?
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Welcome!!
I haven't gotten any answers to my questions yet but I just came on a couple days ago myself! This seems like a good place to be for caring and support so we shall see-I just posted in another thread, Introductions I believe it was and that's sort of my personal update as far as what I know to date, It sure ain't pretty but I asked for suggestions and hope I gets some PM's-God Bless you!

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Well, I have a question. From time to time D tells me bits and pieces of what it is like. He tells me that I take things for granted--even the fact that I sleep in my own bed. He tells me that every day he has to face the fact that he has no control over his own life. He has to watch his back. But he doesn't tell me what he is feeling when he's running to get to bed before 10:45 or he'll go to the hole. He doesn't tell much. Just bits and pieces. And he sometimes gets frustrated and thinks that I'm running game on him. So, tell me what is it really like. Be brutally honest even if its scary. Because this is his reality and I love this man enough to give him my life. I need to understand. Thanks.
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My question has nothing to do with what's its like in prison , but it regards an activity within the prison. I couldn't find nowhere else to post this question so I hope it's not an inconvience.
I will like to know how an inmated incarcerated in a state prison gains access to the internet or preferably to PTO?
I want to know if there are chances I could talk to my man online,Boy that would make my day.
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Just curious if anyone is going to answer anyones questions...there are alot of good questions asked with no answers....hmmmm?
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I am with you Dragnbaby2003, some good questions here, awaiting answers. Maybe they arent nightowls and will reply back on Monday.
I am sure there is alot they can report on.
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Hi all- I have not been in prison, but I can answer LadyPayne's Question. Inmates do not have access to the internet. We all wish they could. And the only way they have access to Pto is if one of their loved ones, writes something on here for them, you will read plenty of this.

Good questions guys..Hope someone will be along soon to answer more of them.
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One of the worst things about being inside is that your life is mostly controlled by people who, in large part, are ignorant and/or stupid and could care less if you live or die.


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Something hard to explain is that one's world is very, very, tiny. On the outside, there are thousands of facets of your life, but on the inside there are few. The prison is now your universe. The result being that tiniest of things seem huge on the inside. For example, the commissary stops carrying chicken soup - your favorite. In real life, that's no big deal, but in prison it seems life altering. That may sound siily to many of you reading this, but believe me, it's not. It's easy to get a liitle crazy after awhile.
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actually offpaper that makes huge good sense and kinda explains a lot of related phenomena- thanks!
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The county jails can be the worst from what I've seen and heard. I was in a filthy, dangerous, county jail for ten months before going onto the chain. Except for going to and from two court appearances, I never saw the sun during that time. The 4" wide window in my cell was covered with a thick piece of of opaque plastic. In the Summer I could see a faint yellow/orange dot that was the sun. Now, when I see the sun, I really appreciate being able to do so. No point is attempted here, just a slice of what the experience was and perhaps provide a little insight for some.
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1st of all. inmates do NOT have access to the internet.
even though it would make your day, it would make mine & everyone else's as well, but lemme state again, inmates to NOT have access to the net.

gawd, you wanna talk about nasty, dirty, LOUD, stinky jails? the jail in salinas, cali. (its called monterey co. jail but i dunno, sounds better as the jail in salinas). anyways, i was there on sunday, will be back on saturday...place was awful. dude doesnt even own a watch, but somehow, the past 2 days, hes called me at 1011am...somehow he was able to call me the exact same time, 2 days in a row w/o even knowing what time it was. not a fun thing to wake up to BUT hey, it works & im up before noon. lol

anyways, where are the people that were GONNA answer the questions?

i know about alot of just straight up SHIT that goes on where billy is at, the last letter i got (lastnight), oh my god. im trying to look into this. i wont go into WHAT was stated in the letter. but im afraid for billy cause im not there to protect him, he doesnt put up w/much crap...(just like me), i dont scare easily...which is a plus for us..but, it scares me to KNOW that one day, he could have the CO's beat the caca outta him, FOR NOTHING.

i dunno...i can get some answers for some of the questions. ill do it tonight....ill post the answers i am able to get....although it will be coming from 1 person, who did 3 yrs in, is looking @ finishing off his sentence, but he tells me HOW it is. and hes straight to the point.

oh btw..off you made a good point

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Here I am again, the answers so far have shed some light on things our loved ones go thru which we can in no way take the "edge" off for them; but so far the "chicken soup" et al are things I thought of months ago and still think of every day because I am constantly remembering things we did together or moments shared that were SO simple or mundane that we didn't think twice about them and now I know that when he thinks of them it is with huge longing and the desire for just being able to do them again some day!!
From the simplest to the most detailed--things will not ever be the same--nor will they likely be taken for granted ever again!! None of us has really gotten as much return on our ?'s as I expected but I still check back hoping for more; that's the reason I subscribed to this thread so that if anything new pops up I know to check ASAP. I realize there are probably many things that maybe cn't be covered or people don't want to re-visit but it does not answer our curious "wonderings". I do appreciate what has been posted and have one more specific ? in mind; does anyone out there have anything they can share about gangs in prisons?? I know tough can't even begin to desrib some of these but would appreciate any thoughts or experiences that might be shared, thanks and God Bless!!

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I'm told that there are no "CARE" pkgs. allowed, no girlie mags. etc. so I'm just wondering where it is that you can send in smokes etc.?? That would be a real boost if that were allowed but so far, county, city, or Fed. has not been open to anything like that!!
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