In so many cells, across so many states, so many are doing their time while we hear these biffs about rehab as if these structures were reducing crime. Incarceration and no way to crime moralization yes, stay there. But it sends out a message to the dispossessed telling them all to beware and you can ignore the real problem. Listen to what they say. But for those behind bars, these lives are so far from what they know is reality. Well they'll throw you away 'cause of your class or race, so often in the name of the bill. As colleges take towns, the poor are dragged out to prisons while these land lords get their fill. And as prison administered factories are used to exploit the labors of those locked away, those who make bars and the food and the bets uses P.I.C scams to get their pay and you can ignore the real problem. Settle for the P.I.C but it's pretty clear there'll be no justice here until the captive are free. From outside you can't tell, but the inside is Hell, as prisoners are subject to pain 'cause of who they are, not the crimes they commit, though it's injustice all the same. Female and colored and trans gender prisoners are subject to biers of years, while festering in cells with (?)the pleura of health(?) the (?) is profuse and if you don't think that prisons are a problem, you better think again. For the good of us all, may they all one day fall, and enlight this world with their decay.


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