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Administrative Segregation

June 21, 2013

Back sojourning in Ad-Seg. More than likely there will not be an ensuing long SHU term as before. It was nothing too serious, though the C.O.s tried to make it out to be. I’ll either be moved to the other yard or, worst case scenario, to another prison. In reality, the only harsh part of a transfer is the effects it could have on my visitors, since we will have to visit through glass again. I am serving 25 to life, so I will shuffle through many prisons before it is done. There are 33 of them in the state!

prison-barsMy visits are pretty important, but when in the state’s custody, you have no control. All the time, we are taking risks. Anything can happen, anywhere, anytime, day or night, rain or shine. All I got into trouble for this time was being “over-familiar” with a female staff member — can’t get into particulars here, except to say, it was nothing major. I could be in Ad-Seg for 1 to 6 months. We’ll see…


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