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By Jeff Schrembs
Jeff Schrembs writes an original poem dedicated to the (sadly) thousands of men, and women, who are serving time in prison and/or jail
A first person account of an inmate's experiences in Harris County Jail. Enjoy.
By Charlotte Beau
Fred proposes Grace to be his wife. They are really sweet and romantic couple.
After the dinner, Fred walks into his den and grabs all the paperwork on his writing desk. He finds one interesting white envelope with a big letters on it written â€œCONFIDENTIALâ€. What is it? He opens...
A brief discussion about the current lethal injection protocol and how it is inhumane. I propose an alternate protocol which would ensure a humane death by lethal injection.
By Carly Hill
An actual poem I wrote to a prisoner.
A woman's log search for her abducted daughter leads her to a young woman on Death Row just months away from lethal injection for a crime she didn't commit.
By Colourful Turnip
when you kill a murderer are you any better than him???
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 6, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Adeline Scout
A real-life view of prison, punishment, suicide, and self-loathing.