Written by Minister of Information JR    Thursday, 08 April 2010 01:22    PDF Print E-mail
Capone

The POCC Minister of Information JR interviews Capone, who is a lifer in Solano concentration camp in California. He has been down for 22 years. They talked about parole boards refusing to release prisoners who have maxed out on their given times, and the effect of educational opportunites being stripped from the concentration camp system because of budget cuts.
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0 # 2011-05-29 10:58
Daddy u did great i love you with all my heart.
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0 # 2012-06-18 21:51
I know this is hard for a lot of people to understand. But what they don't think about is that 22 yrs or 25 yrs is a long time NO ONE is the same person they were that many years ago. He was a Kid, we all have made mistakes as a kid or as an adult & some get caught and go to jail & some get away with it for some reason or another. But look at our society, the state is spending foolishly by keeping these men & women who have been in prison for many years with their debt paid. They are no longer the person they once was. Let them go, allow them to prove them self & save tax payers money. Capone is a man who I have got the chance to get to know and has been the best thing that has happened to me. He has more respect, more knowledge of life, more common scene, well spoken, then anyone I have ever met out here on the out side. He is well rounded with strong morals, but yet he has been locked up for all these years and he has more respect & morals then the average person on the out side.
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