Letters From Inside the Prison

When someone goes to prison, we don't expect it to be like attending a country club. The media often paints famous prisons like a stay at summer camp. The truth is that Texas prisons are FAR from any vacation. In fact, they are a business established to keep people in as long a possible and consider it a victory when someone returns.

These letters are written by those who have first-hand experience as a prisoner to the atrocities going on each day. They tell of inhumane treatment by those in charge to people that were entrusted to ensure basic rights as a human.

Can I Have a Moment of Your Time?
Blog

I don’t think anyone would feel that seven minutes is enough time to make an informed and well-reasoned decision about whether or not an eligible inmate is ready for reentry into free society, but that's how long your given.

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Predators in White
Blog

The Texas prison system will say whatever is needed, to make everyone believe they are on the same page as the rest of the country when it comes to rehabilitation.

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The Longest Yard
Blog

The end of a prison sentence is the longest period of time for any inmate.

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Law? What Law?
Blog

There is a law that says that the parole board cannot penalize an inmate who has filed a civil suit or other legal writs, like habeas corpus, against the prison system.

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Wardens Make the Difference
Blog

After 14 years in prison and being moved around from prison to prison, it’s easy to see that there is nothing on most wardens’ minds except, abusing their position in every way possible. Every now and then, you’ll see a warden who at least cares som

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Give Yourself a Chance to Change
Blog

Please, see this place for exactly what it is, and start making the necessary changes in your lives, to break the cycle that will keep you in here until you die. If you change your thinking, you will change your lives.

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Trafficking and Trading
Blog

the institution passes pointless rules, the officers refuse to enforce pointless rules, and the inmates, as is the human condition, push the boundaries of what rules are to be pointless to the greatest extent. It's a dangerous and slippery slope.

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Retaliation
Blog

What’s the difference between an officer and an inmate? The officer has not been caught yet.

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Life of the Potty
Blog

Some things about life in prison you can easily imagine. Others you might not think of at all. Using the bathroom is just such an experience.

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Hold Accountable
Blog

No matter how bad it may look on the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, no matter who has to get arrested, no matter what has to happen it’s beyond time to stop these criminals that have run these prisons forever.

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Total Articles: 128

Proceedings

The Attorneys
  • Francisco Hernandez
  • Daniel Hernandez
  • Phillip Hall
  • Rocio Martinez