I Am Fully Capable of Entertaining Myself in Prison for Decades If Need Be - Barrett Brown
I never really got a chance to play any pen-and-paper role-playing games growing up, so being thrown into a prison system in which such things as Dungeons and Dragons are relatively common constituted one of the silver linings of my 2012 arrest
Jeremy Hammond : Reflections from the SHU
“When are you going to start doing your time right?” one of the prison administrators tell me on their weekly rounds of the Special Housing Unit. I’m back in SHU again, this time for making hooch. I explain one or two disciplinary shots a year is really what you should expect out of a medium-security prisoner. Seems like all of my comrades behind bars are in solitary these days. I’m not complaining though: refusing to be a model inmate, I’ve been in and out nearly a dozen times since I been locked up, and the time is easier to “digest” if you know it’s because of something you actually did unlike some fabricated charge or “investigation.” I’ll be in and out in a month – or so I thought.
The state of free speech in imprisoned America and the growing rift between police and the people was swirling through my mind as I sat in the SHU.
ok je les ai déjà référencés, mais c’est vraiment bien écrit