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  • Government Name: Omar Austin
  • Register Number: 204603C
  • Age:31
  • Time Served:since 2001
  • Home Town:Newark, NJ
  • Sentence:60 yrs + 7 consecutive yrs
  • Current Charge:Double Murder
  • Alias:K.O.
  • Release Date:2043
  • Prison Affiliation:Blood (Valentine)
  • Circle of Influence:Altariq Gumbs, Lester Alford, Pele Brown, Tewhan Butler,
  • Institution:East Jersey State Prison (Rahway)
  • If a real G can’t dissuade you youngins, okay, have it ya way, but at least let me prep you for the road.
  • The Trump Era: Prisoners Bracing for the Unknown

    It has been gloomy in prison since the presidential election. Prisoners have much to worry about with the Trump administration, especially in light of potential cabinet members like Senator Jeff Sessions (Attorney General). Many of Trump’s cabinet members are blatantly racist perspective and many have in the past taken a strong stance against second chances and opportunities for redemption for felons. The drug laws and related sentences that the Obama administration worked to correct that... READ MORE

  • Stay the Course and Fight!

    We must stay the course and not allow the challenges that come our way to impede our forward progress. Instead, we must view our challenges as blessings and opportunities to grow. No matter what we are striving for in our personal lives, if we want it, we must fight for it. When we don’t struggle for the things we want, we will inevitably experience fear that we will not achieve what we want or a sense of guilt when opportunity passes us by. Even when we may have put forth some effort, we... READ MORE

  • All We Want Is Equal Justice

    In prison we are mourning the recent tragedies and loss of life in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas. The gross injustices and police aggression in this country has us convicted violent felons asking ourselves, each other, the parole boards, and the public: who are the real killers? In the streets we kill each other out of ignorance, chasing capitalist dreams, trying to live up to misplaced values. Our overseers, the local police, are killing us like it is a Hunger Game. America must continue... READ MORE

  • Trenton State Prison on Smash

    This post was received before Omar Austin’s last post. The previous post was published first in order to get word of  his mother’s unexpected death to family and friends. What it do? Sorry for being out of touch for a few months. I was on smash back at Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison. They worked it on me. I’m solid though, no matter where I have to be. All prisons are slave camps. It’s a fact that the authorities utilize and manipulate location and the difference in... READ MORE

  • R.I.P. Mom

    R.I.P. Yvonne Austin. My beloved mother has left me. Hearing those dreadful words is the reality of a prisoner. I hurt so much right now. My heart has never been this heavy. It is the most vulnerable time of my whole life. I was in lockup preparing for a big visit with my mom and the chance to look her in the face and tell her how much I love her and that I forgive her for falling victim to the struggle of drug addiction. I was a dumb lil bastard who couldn’t understand things when they... READ MORE

  • Back in Solitary Confinement

    People, I would like to apologize for my inconsistent contributions to Live from Lockdown and the #RaiseUP movement as of late. I have been placed back in solitary confinement for allegedly speaking language associated with a gang. Allegedly, I was directing something. That is how the powers that be came at me. In any event, it was more political than that. I was transferred back to Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison from Rahway [East Jersey State Prison] and locked down. I spent sixteen days... READ MORE

  • Institutionalized: Not Really Living but Alive

    Waking up inside of a prison everyday for many years has lasting effects on a person.  One becomes institutionalized and starts to feel like a robot, not really living but alive. I struggle daily with the impact incarceration has and will continue to have on me. Prison is straight up ripping and robbing me of any emotion. I could not even cry if I wanted to. I hear about my homies getting killed out in the streets, brothers who were recently released from prison, like Black Wes (RIP) who was... READ MORE

  • Progressive, Productive and Revolutionary

    The institutional mind-state of these prisoners is a microcosmic view of the streets. The devils have sunk their teeth and nails so deep into so many of the kin that it is hard to even bring up the words progressive, productive and revolutionary. These guys are not trying to even look in any direction that leads to self-determination, self-responsibility and having to make their own decisions. They are okay with a correctional officer screaming directives at them from 6:00am to 8:00pm.... READ MORE

  • The Reconstruction and Restoration of Values and Morals

    The times we live in demand and require the reconstruction and restoration of values and morals. The expectations of the youth are  fostered by the capitalist nature of the society they come up in. These youth are flashed all day long by 2Chains, Rick Ross, and T.I., and the celebrity lifestyle of mega mansions, helicopters and private jets. The music, the movies, the TMZ, Access Hollywood, and even the national news outlets reserve a space strictly for celebrity news and gossip. Don’t... READ MORE

  • Prison Culture: The Same Ole Slave Games

    “No such thing as rehabilitation, just the same ole slave games” There is a constant battle, psychological in nature, that is always being waged between those in authority and those under authority. Those in authority have done such a number on prisoners. They can even plant seeds and have “gang buddies” feuding with each other. It used to be an FBI tactic during the J. Edgar Hoover days to infiltrate organizations and break them down from the inside. No matter how... READ MORE

  • The Trump Era: Prisoners Bracing for the Unknown

    It has been gloomy in prison since the presidential election. Prisoners have much to worry about with the Trump administration, especially in light of potential cabinet members like Senator Jeff Sessions (Attorney General). Many of Trump’s cabinet members are blatantly racist perspective and many have in the past taken a strong stance against second chances and opportunities for redemption for felons. The drug laws and related sentences that the Obama administration worked to correct that... READ MORE

  • Stay the Course and Fight!

    We must stay the course and not allow the challenges that come our way to impede our forward progress. Instead, we must view our challenges as blessings and opportunities to grow. No matter what we are striving for in our personal lives, if we want it, we must fight for it. When we don’t struggle for the things we want, we will inevitably experience fear that we will not achieve what we want or a sense of guilt when opportunity passes us by. Even when we may have put forth some effort, we... READ MORE

  • All We Want Is Equal Justice

    In prison we are mourning the recent tragedies and loss of life in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas. The gross injustices and police aggression in this country has us convicted violent felons asking ourselves, each other, the parole boards, and the public: who are the real killers? In the streets we kill each other out of ignorance, chasing capitalist dreams, trying to live up to misplaced values. Our overseers, the local police, are killing us like it is a Hunger Game. America must continue... READ MORE

  • Trenton State Prison on Smash

    This post was received before Omar Austin’s last post. The previous post was published first in order to get word of  his mother’s unexpected death to family and friends. What it do? Sorry for being out of touch for a few months. I was on smash back at Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison. They worked it on me. I’m solid though, no matter where I have to be. All prisons are slave camps. It’s a fact that the authorities utilize and manipulate location and the difference in... READ MORE

  • R.I.P. Mom

    R.I.P. Yvonne Austin. My beloved mother has left me. Hearing those dreadful words is the reality of a prisoner. I hurt so much right now. My heart has never been this heavy. It is the most vulnerable time of my whole life. I was in lockup preparing for a big visit with my mom and the chance to look her in the face and tell her how much I love her and that I forgive her for falling victim to the struggle of drug addiction. I was a dumb lil bastard who couldn’t understand things when they... READ MORE

  • Back in Solitary Confinement

    People, I would like to apologize for my inconsistent contributions to Live from Lockdown and the #RaiseUP movement as of late. I have been placed back in solitary confinement for allegedly speaking language associated with a gang. Allegedly, I was directing something. That is how the powers that be came at me. In any event, it was more political than that. I was transferred back to Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison from Rahway [East Jersey State Prison] and locked down. I spent sixteen days... READ MORE

  • Institutionalized: Not Really Living but Alive

    Waking up inside of a prison everyday for many years has lasting effects on a person.  One becomes institutionalized and starts to feel like a robot, not really living but alive. I struggle daily with the impact incarceration has and will continue to have on me. Prison is straight up ripping and robbing me of any emotion. I could not even cry if I wanted to. I hear about my homies getting killed out in the streets, brothers who were recently released from prison, like Black Wes (RIP) who was... READ MORE

  • Progressive, Productive and Revolutionary

    The institutional mind-state of these prisoners is a microcosmic view of the streets. The devils have sunk their teeth and nails so deep into so many of the kin that it is hard to even bring up the words progressive, productive and revolutionary. These guys are not trying to even look in any direction that leads to self-determination, self-responsibility and having to make their own decisions. They are okay with a correctional officer screaming directives at them from 6:00am to 8:00pm.... READ MORE

  • The Reconstruction and Restoration of Values and Morals

    The times we live in demand and require the reconstruction and restoration of values and morals. The expectations of the youth are  fostered by the capitalist nature of the society they come up in. These youth are flashed all day long by 2Chains, Rick Ross, and T.I., and the celebrity lifestyle of mega mansions, helicopters and private jets. The music, the movies, the TMZ, Access Hollywood, and even the national news outlets reserve a space strictly for celebrity news and gossip. Don’t... READ MORE

  • Prison Culture: The Same Ole Slave Games

    “No such thing as rehabilitation, just the same ole slave games” There is a constant battle, psychological in nature, that is always being waged between those in authority and those under authority. Those in authority have done such a number on prisoners. They can even plant seeds and have “gang buddies” feuding with each other. It used to be an FBI tactic during the J. Edgar Hoover days to infiltrate organizations and break them down from the inside. No matter how... READ MORE

  • The Trump Era: Prisoners Bracing for the Unknown

    It has been gloomy in prison since the presidential election. Prisoners have much to worry about with the Trump administration, especially in light of potential cabinet members like Senator Jeff Sessions (Attorney General). Many of Trump’s cabinet members are blatantly racist perspective and many have in the past taken a strong stance against second chances and opportunities for redemption for felons. The drug laws and related sentences that the Obama administration worked to correct that... READ MORE

  • Stay the Course and Fight!

    We must stay the course and not allow the challenges that come our way to impede our forward progress. Instead, we must view our challenges as blessings and opportunities to grow. No matter what we are striving for in our personal lives, if we want it, we must fight for it. When we don’t struggle for the things we want, we will inevitably experience fear that we will not achieve what we want or a sense of guilt when opportunity passes us by. Even when we may have put forth some effort, we... READ MORE

  • All We Want Is Equal Justice

    In prison we are mourning the recent tragedies and loss of life in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas. The gross injustices and police aggression in this country has us convicted violent felons asking ourselves, each other, the parole boards, and the public: who are the real killers? In the streets we kill each other out of ignorance, chasing capitalist dreams, trying to live up to misplaced values. Our overseers, the local police, are killing us like it is a Hunger Game. America must continue... READ MORE

  • Trenton State Prison on Smash

    This post was received before Omar Austin’s last post. The previous post was published first in order to get word of  his mother’s unexpected death to family and friends. What it do? Sorry for being out of touch for a few months. I was on smash back at Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison. They worked it on me. I’m solid though, no matter where I have to be. All prisons are slave camps. It’s a fact that the authorities utilize and manipulate location and the difference in... READ MORE

  • R.I.P. Mom

    R.I.P. Yvonne Austin. My beloved mother has left me. Hearing those dreadful words is the reality of a prisoner. I hurt so much right now. My heart has never been this heavy. It is the most vulnerable time of my whole life. I was in lockup preparing for a big visit with my mom and the chance to look her in the face and tell her how much I love her and that I forgive her for falling victim to the struggle of drug addiction. I was a dumb lil bastard who couldn’t understand things when they... READ MORE

  • Back in Solitary Confinement

    People, I would like to apologize for my inconsistent contributions to Live from Lockdown and the #RaiseUP movement as of late. I have been placed back in solitary confinement for allegedly speaking language associated with a gang. Allegedly, I was directing something. That is how the powers that be came at me. In any event, it was more political than that. I was transferred back to Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison from Rahway [East Jersey State Prison] and locked down. I spent sixteen days... READ MORE

  • Institutionalized: Not Really Living but Alive

    Waking up inside of a prison everyday for many years has lasting effects on a person.  One becomes institutionalized and starts to feel like a robot, not really living but alive. I struggle daily with the impact incarceration has and will continue to have on me. Prison is straight up ripping and robbing me of any emotion. I could not even cry if I wanted to. I hear about my homies getting killed out in the streets, brothers who were recently released from prison, like Black Wes (RIP) who was... READ MORE

  • Progressive, Productive and Revolutionary

    The institutional mind-state of these prisoners is a microcosmic view of the streets. The devils have sunk their teeth and nails so deep into so many of the kin that it is hard to even bring up the words progressive, productive and revolutionary. These guys are not trying to even look in any direction that leads to self-determination, self-responsibility and having to make their own decisions. They are okay with a correctional officer screaming directives at them from 6:00am to 8:00pm.... READ MORE

  • The Reconstruction and Restoration of Values and Morals

    The times we live in demand and require the reconstruction and restoration of values and morals. The expectations of the youth are  fostered by the capitalist nature of the society they come up in. These youth are flashed all day long by 2Chains, Rick Ross, and T.I., and the celebrity lifestyle of mega mansions, helicopters and private jets. The music, the movies, the TMZ, Access Hollywood, and even the national news outlets reserve a space strictly for celebrity news and gossip. Don’t... READ MORE

  • Prison Culture: The Same Ole Slave Games

    “No such thing as rehabilitation, just the same ole slave games” There is a constant battle, psychological in nature, that is always being waged between those in authority and those under authority. Those in authority have done such a number on prisoners. They can even plant seeds and have “gang buddies” feuding with each other. It used to be an FBI tactic during the J. Edgar Hoover days to infiltrate organizations and break them down from the inside. No matter how... READ MORE

  • The Trump Era: Prisoners Bracing for the Unknown

    It has been gloomy in prison since the presidential election. Prisoners have much to worry about with the Trump administration, especially in light of potential cabinet members like Senator Jeff Sessions (Attorney General). Many of Trump’s cabinet members are blatantly racist perspective and many have in the past taken a strong stance against second chances and opportunities for redemption for felons. The drug laws and related sentences that the Obama administration worked to correct that... READ MORE

  • Stay the Course and Fight!

    We must stay the course and not allow the challenges that come our way to impede our forward progress. Instead, we must view our challenges as blessings and opportunities to grow. No matter what we are striving for in our personal lives, if we want it, we must fight for it. When we don’t struggle for the things we want, we will inevitably experience fear that we will not achieve what we want or a sense of guilt when opportunity passes us by. Even when we may have put forth some effort, we... READ MORE

  • All We Want Is Equal Justice

    In prison we are mourning the recent tragedies and loss of life in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas. The gross injustices and police aggression in this country has us convicted violent felons asking ourselves, each other, the parole boards, and the public: who are the real killers? In the streets we kill each other out of ignorance, chasing capitalist dreams, trying to live up to misplaced values. Our overseers, the local police, are killing us like it is a Hunger Game. America must continue... READ MORE

  • Trenton State Prison on Smash

    This post was received before Omar Austin’s last post. The previous post was published first in order to get word of  his mother’s unexpected death to family and friends. What it do? Sorry for being out of touch for a few months. I was on smash back at Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison. They worked it on me. I’m solid though, no matter where I have to be. All prisons are slave camps. It’s a fact that the authorities utilize and manipulate location and the difference in... READ MORE

  • R.I.P. Mom

    R.I.P. Yvonne Austin. My beloved mother has left me. Hearing those dreadful words is the reality of a prisoner. I hurt so much right now. My heart has never been this heavy. It is the most vulnerable time of my whole life. I was in lockup preparing for a big visit with my mom and the chance to look her in the face and tell her how much I love her and that I forgive her for falling victim to the struggle of drug addiction. I was a dumb lil bastard who couldn’t understand things when they... READ MORE

  • Back in Solitary Confinement

    People, I would like to apologize for my inconsistent contributions to Live from Lockdown and the #RaiseUP movement as of late. I have been placed back in solitary confinement for allegedly speaking language associated with a gang. Allegedly, I was directing something. That is how the powers that be came at me. In any event, it was more political than that. I was transferred back to Trenton [New Jersey] State Prison from Rahway [East Jersey State Prison] and locked down. I spent sixteen days... READ MORE

  • Institutionalized: Not Really Living but Alive

    Waking up inside of a prison everyday for many years has lasting effects on a person.  One becomes institutionalized and starts to feel like a robot, not really living but alive. I struggle daily with the impact incarceration has and will continue to have on me. Prison is straight up ripping and robbing me of any emotion. I could not even cry if I wanted to. I hear about my homies getting killed out in the streets, brothers who were recently released from prison, like Black Wes (RIP) who was... READ MORE

  • Progressive, Productive and Revolutionary

    The institutional mind-state of these prisoners is a microcosmic view of the streets. The devils have sunk their teeth and nails so deep into so many of the kin that it is hard to even bring up the words progressive, productive and revolutionary. These guys are not trying to even look in any direction that leads to self-determination, self-responsibility and having to make their own decisions. They are okay with a correctional officer screaming directives at them from 6:00am to 8:00pm.... READ MORE

  • The Reconstruction and Restoration of Values and Morals

    The times we live in demand and require the reconstruction and restoration of values and morals. The expectations of the youth are  fostered by the capitalist nature of the society they come up in. These youth are flashed all day long by 2Chains, Rick Ross, and T.I., and the celebrity lifestyle of mega mansions, helicopters and private jets. The music, the movies, the TMZ, Access Hollywood, and even the national news outlets reserve a space strictly for celebrity news and gossip. Don’t... READ MORE

  • Prison Culture: The Same Ole Slave Games

    “No such thing as rehabilitation, just the same ole slave games” There is a constant battle, psychological in nature, that is always being waged between those in authority and those under authority. Those in authority have done such a number on prisoners. They can even plant seeds and have “gang buddies” feuding with each other. It used to be an FBI tactic during the J. Edgar Hoover days to infiltrate organizations and break them down from the inside. No matter how... READ MORE


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