By K.C. Carceral
Legal, Inc. offers a first-hand account of existence in the back of bars in a debatable new form of felony facility: the personal criminal. those for-profit prisons have gotten more and more well known as nation budgets get tighter. but as privatization is visible as an important and cost-saving degree, now not a lot is understood approximately how those amenities are run and whether they can successfully watch over this tough and hazardous inhabitants. For the 1st time, felony, Inc. offers a glance inside of this kind of deepest prisons as informed during the eyes of an exact inmate, K.C. Carceral who has been within the criminal procedure for over two decades.
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Later, when we started attending chapel, we had to fill out the very same form that we had filled out at orientation. It didn’t seem like anything was shared with anyone. Another unusual thing about Enterprise’s orientation was that most prisons keep incoming prisoners segregated from the main population for a specific period of time, usually between five days and a month. But not Enterprise. The very next day, we were going to a chowhall full of people. On the prisoners’ side, this segregation time is useful.
It was hard to hear because the living unit was like an echo chamber. ” I came from my cell, sat at the table, and watched the lady in front of me. ” I took my tag from my shirt and handed it to her. ” Awh, down to business, I thought. When a staff member asks your number, it means that whatever they are doing is finally going to get done. Your number represents everything. She examined my ID and wrote my name and number on four forms. ” “Wow,” she looked up. ” She grabbed the next form. ” She moved on to the third form.
Ten years of shit and they can’t find it. They say all the property came with us. What am I, stupid? Then as I stand down there in property, I watch them hand another dude’s property to the wrong guy! Who is to say they didn’t give my property to the wrong person? At least dude told her it wasn’t his stuff. How many guys do you know out of this place are going to do that? ” Bob passed his hand across his forehead. “I bet they gave my stuff to another dude . ” Bob was generally the quiet one. He was laid back and relaxed.