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127,360. In a lot of jails and prisons there are a lot of living circumstances and practices that go on within that are not addressed that people need to shed light on like solitary confinement, for example. Maybe another form of punishment or segregation should be implemented to deal with inmates who break jail rules as opposed to inmates who cause severe harm to other inmates and correction officers because the mental health risk it poses are too great. Kalief Browder
119,873. I won’t ask you to let me go again. Just tell me why I’m here please. I have a right to know why. God, I’ve already been locked in here for two months. (GBH Films & Prison) Oldboy 2003 starring Choi Min-sik & Yoo Ji-tae & Kang Hye-jung & Kim Byeong-ok & Oh Tae-kyung & Yoo Yeon-seok & Woo Il-han & Yoon Jim-seo & Oh Dal-su et al, director Park Chan-wook, Oh Dae-su
119,874. If they had told me then it would be 15 years would it have been easier to endure or harder? (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
119,880. Actually, life is a bigger prison. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
126,103. Sometimes jail’s better than this place. (Gangstas: Canada & Nova Scotia & Trailers & Mockumentaries) Trailer Park Boys s3e8: A Shit Leopard Can’t Change Its Spots, Ricky
126,159. I’ve been here too many times and you know the thrill’s gone. (Gangstas: Canada & Nova Scotia & Trailers & Mockumentaries & Prison) Trailer Park Boys s5e1: Give Peace a Chance, Julian
127,108. Julian, the sexiest man in Sunnyvale, is fucking going to go to jail for seven fucking years unless we can come up with $10,000 in the next couple of hours. (Gangstas: Canada & Nova Scotia & Trailers & Mockumentaries & Prison) Trailer Park Boys s12e6: Flow Me the Money, Ricky on megaphone
126,355. Inside New Folsom Prison in California, convicts meet weekly for group therapy as part of a rehabilitation programme. Most are serving long sentences for violent or gang-related crimes including murder, assault and robbery. Twice a year, with prison approval, members of the public are invited to join the convicts for four days of intensive group therapy. (Prison & Counselling) Storyville: The Work: Four Days to Redemption, BBC 2019, captions
127,298. I just need to get my story out. I was going home from a party. There was a guy saying I robbed him. They said, We’re going to take you to the precinct. They said most likely we’re going to let you go home. But then I never went home. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) Time: The Kalief Browder Story I: The System, Netflix 2017, Kalief
127,299. Kalief Browder was 16 when he was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack. He spent over 1,000 days on Rikers Island. More than 700 of those days in solitary confinement. Kalief had over 30 court dates. His case was ultimately dismissed. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. captions
127,300. You are really a hero. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. Rosie O’Donnell
127,301. Kalief alleges that he was wrongfully arrested by the NYPD, denied a fair and speedy trial by the Bronx District Attorney and was beaten, starved and tortured at Rikers Island. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. caption
127,302. This happens every day. And I feel like it’s got to stop. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. Kalief
127,303. What they’re being punished for is that they don’t have enough money to make bail. That’s their crime. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. Van Jones, author & activist
127,304. It was like hell on Earth. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) Time: The Kalief Browder Story II: The Island, Kalief
127,305. Rikers Island has a predatory population. They’re usually the younger inmates. Those inmates fight, stab, slash, they light people on fire when they’re sleeping. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. Bernard Kerik, former commissioner NYC department of corrections
127,306. Before you know it, the whole house is jumping me. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. Kalief
127,307. A place where beatings are routine while accountability is rare, where a culture of violence endures even while a culture of silence prevails. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. Preet Bharara, US attorney for the southern district of New York
127,308. Inside the Program: Secrets of Sadistic Rikers. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. press article
127,334. Delay after delay after delay when their case had no basis. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) Time: The Kalief Browder Story III: The Bing
127,335. The United Nations defines any period longer than 15 days straight in solitary confinement as ‘torture’, When Kalief was 17, his first extended stay in solitary confinement was over 300 days straight. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid.
127,336. 97% of criminal case are resolved by plea. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. judge
127,337. Being in a Kafkaesque world, a world where you suddenly being taken over by these malevolent forces. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. psychiatrist
127,338. Go down to any hall of justice in any city in America and what you’re gonna see is poor black and brown people lined up going off to prison for doing stuff that rich people are doing every day. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) Time: The Kalief Browder Story IV: The Witness, Van Jones, author & activist
127,339. Kalief attempted suicide 4 more times while at Rikers. Each occasion, he was sent back to solitary confinement. (Miscarrage of Justice & Prison) ibid. caption
127,954. Prison is about submission and compliance. This is no place for teenage defiance … They blasted her cell with pepper spray. It’s just another day in the life of inmate Ashley Smith. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) The Fifth Estate: Ashley Smith: Out of Control, CBC 2007
127,955. It [video tape] exposes just how kids with mental health and behavioural problems are treated behind bars in this country. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid.
127,956. By Grade 8 Ashley was failing and she was regularly getting expelled for being defiant, disrespectful and disruptive. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid.
127,957. She managed to accumulate 800 documented incidents. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid.
127,966. After almost three years in solitary confinement [accumulated from a one-month sentence] at the New Brunswick youth centre 18 year old Ashley Smith has been moved to an adult prison. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid.
127,967. ‘Please don’t taser me! I’m scared!’ (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid. Ashley
127,968. Ashley would strangle herself often several times a day. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid.
127,969. She was never fully assessed or meaningfully treated. She was never in one place long enough. (Mental Health & Behaviour & Suicide & Prison) ibid.
128,181. It’s the racket they running in them facilities, that’s the real crime: you know one ten-minute phone call from Yusuf costs $23. Where am I going to get that from? (Miscarriage of Justice & Prison) When They See Us III, mother, Netflix 2019
128,337. Post-riot: 22 April 1993 Southern Ohio Correctional Facility [Lucasville] (Kidnap & Prison & Ohio & Riot) Captive I: Prison Riot USA, Netflix 2016, caption
128,338. Lucasville was an explosive environment every day. (Kidnap & Prison & Ohio & Riot) ibid.
128,339. It was way out of control. (Kidnap & Prison & Ohio & Riot) ibid.
128,340. They killed him right there. Snitches get ditches. (Kidnap & Prison & Ohio & Riot) ibid. inmate
128,341. There were a lot of old vendettas being settled. (Kidnap & Prison & Ohio & Riot) ibid.
128,342. 400-500 guys running about extremely hyped up and mad. (Kidnap & Prison & Ohio & Riot) ibid.
129,016. In a world of hate and violence women are often thought of as the peacekeepers, the nurturers, the gentle sex. But of the nearly 3,500 convicted murderers currently on America’s death row, 53 of them are women, and nearly one third of them are convicted of murdering their children. Women on Death Row I II III IV, Sony TV 2019
129,228. How did they end here? What is there side of the story? And what is their fate? ibid.
129,559. They have been convicted of the most heinous of crimes and are among the more than 150 females sentenced to death in the United States. ibid.
129,697. They stood trial for murder and were sentenced to death … Each of them what’s it’s like the face execution and the consequences of their crimes. ibid.
129,680. During American involvement in the Vietnam war 57,000 men lost their lives. Over 100,000 wounded were rescued … What happened to our servicemen who went down behind enemy lines, men who were known to be alive on the ground? Could new evidence mean that Americans are still alive in the jungles of Indo-China? (Vietnam & Prisoner & Detention) In Search of s6e4: MIAs, 1981
130,562. Britain’s prisons are bursting at the seams. And with 80,000 men locked up, there have never been more women serving their own sentences on the other side of the bars. With kids to feed and bills to pay, they’ve got to maintain relationships, work out what to tell the kids, and support their men on the inside too. So who would be a prisoner’s wife? (Prison & Wife) Prisoners’ Wives: Visiting Hour, Channel 5 2019
130,563. Thousands of women visit their men inside every day. (Prison & Wife) ibid.
130,564. ‘For the third time. I kind of got used to it by then. Why are we still together? What a question. I dunno. I just think obviously your family’s your family’ innit, you’ve got to like stick by each other through thick and thin. He’s the kid’s dad, and when he is around, he’s good. He’s not around as much as he should be.’ (Prison & Wife & Marriage & Solidarity) ibid.
130,565. If life is tough for the prisoners’ wives, what’s it like for the kids? (Prison & Wife) ibid.
131,366. Thousands of people are jailed here after being fined for being homeless, just for sleeping in a park, for loitering, for standing around in public. (United States of America & Homelessness & Prison) The Americas with Simon Reeve II, BBC 2019