Have you been to Jail.  

rm_muffin162 55M
564 posts
8/8/2006 9:47 am

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11/19/2006 4:52 pm

Have you been to Jail.

I was reading a story on the net the other day,about a women called Rosemary West,she is in prison and will be for a long time to come,with the help of her husband they sexually abused, them ,and finally killed there young victims ,and buried them in there garden or cellar.She has made a appeal to the authorities saying that they are breaking her human rights by denying her a high speed internet connection,they agree, and now she can surf all day long from the comfort of her cell,it got me thinking that its possible that members on this site are actually in prison,blogging away and looking at profiles,e mailing people.In the add lines some folk ask why others do not turn up for the arranged meeting? maybe because they cant.

When i was in my early twenties i did a bit of a stretch,not long, only 3 months,if i behaved myself there i could go free after a month and a half.I got arrested picking up my welfare check,you are only meant to get a welfare check every 2 weeks,but i was getting one every day in different offices around the city of London.

I ended up getting sent to Pentonville prison an old victorian building,the first night there they put me in a cell on my own,the next day i was moved to E wing and stayed there till the end of my sentence,i shared a small cell with one other,we got a bed each and a small table and chair,and a plastic bucket to piss in,heaven help you if you needed a number 2.

You would get woken early by a bang on your cell door,that means get up and make your bed in a set way,sometime after this the cell door was opened,that means you can go and get your breakfast then back to your cell to eat it,during the week i would work,putting diary's together,i would do a few hours of work before diner,then a few more after,then it was time for your hourly exercise in the yard,i think the highlight of the week was bath time and the chance to put on some fresh clothes.The lowest time would be the weekends,you are left in your cell for 23 hours off the day.

When the day arrived that i could go free,i was up early, waiting for the bang on the door,a officer shouted my name and i followed him to the reception area,this is where you get your own clothes back and they search your property,they looked through the letters that people had sent me,and found some letters that a inmate had asked me to post for him,i had no idea this was against the rules,and was taken to the punishment block to finish the remainder of my sentence.

In the punishment block,during the day you are not allowed any furniture in your cell,you have to drag it all out onto the landing,then you can put it all back when they tell you,all you can do is stare at 4 walls all day and sit on the floor.

Luckily after some hours in the punishment block i had to see the Governor off the prison,who believed me and i was released later that day.

hotandhorny107 58F

8/8/2006 11:00 am

Unbelievable isn't it. Do what you want, violating laws and yet you are still protected by the rights afforded to those that don't break the law. Punishment is not what it used to be. Not that the prisoner should be treated inhumanely, but should be stripped of all the little "luxuries" of life...

sooolongsuckers 40M

8/8/2006 11:10 am

Lord Help US!!! MUFFIN is a CRIMINAL!!!! Somebody tell BOSS!! QUICK! QUICK!!

rm_muffin162 55M
763 posts
8/8/2006 1:47 pm

Since then , i have sailed pretty close to the wind on occasions,hotandhorny,but i got the message,i never found myself in prison again,it taught me a lesson,now if i had the same rights as folk do who do not break the law,i think i would view things different,like you say we dont have be inhumane to people,but they should be denied things that others work hard for.

rm_muffin162 55M
763 posts
8/8/2006 2:17 pm

BOSS... Alreadys knows BOSS... knows everything.

SensuousWoman3 55F
3106 posts
8/8/2006 5:23 pm

Since with is having an internet connection a HUMAN RIGHT? Oh, brother!

BTW, who's the homosexual stalker scribbling all over your blog?

rm_muffin162 55M
763 posts
8/9/2006 8:37 am

Prisioners Human Rights Handbook page 101.

The Internet.

Prison administrations will need to give carefull consideration to providing access to the internet.This can be an important source of information on the outside world but may also provide an opportunity for innappropiate activity.

Rosemary West makes a claim that her human rights are being abused on the above section of the HRA For Prisioners,its a lot cheaper for the British Taxpayer to provide her with a free laptop and internet connection,than a possible court case costing millions.

The homosexual stalker is originally Livinalova,then Therealliv,Kmunch,Melikekmunch,Boss,and a whole load of other profiles,he is harmless enough Sensuous,i humour him sometimes if i am in the mood

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