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  • Government Name: Ramon Montague
  • Register Number: N-62212
  • Age:57
  • Time Served:32 years
  • Home Town:Chicago, IL
  • Sentence:LIFE
  • Current Charge:Murder, Attempted Murder, Home Invasion
  • Alias:Ben Khayil fka Rico Mac
  • Release Date:N/A
  • Prison Affiliation:Hebrew Yisraelie
  • Circle of Influence:Kenneth Key
  • Institution:Stateville Correctional Center
  • It is incumbent upon me now to give to the communities from which I took so much. My motto now is Each one. Reach one. Each one. Teach one.
  • The Ill Effects of Inhumane Prison Policy

    Prison life is abnormal, and in order to maintain a semblance of sanity, you must be abnormal, which in of itself is oxymoronic. The abnormality of prison is exacerbated by ill-advised prison policy. For instance, eighteen years ago the maximum-security prisons in Illinois were put on 23-1 (23 hours on lockdown and 1 hour out-of-cell time) and prison administrators were contemplating ending contact visits, and I composed a letter to several prominent people in Illinois who were fighting to keep... READ MORE

  • Ramon Montague

    My name is Ramon Montague. I was known on the streets of Chicago, Illinois, as Rico Mac from Roseland, infamously known as the Wild Hundreds. I’m incarcerated for murder, attempted murder, and home invasion. I was given natural life, a sentence that was unlawful and unconstitutional. I am fighting to have it overturned. In March 2016 I will have been incarcerated for 32 years of the 57 years of my life. I have spent more time in prison than on the streets. The lifestyle that I led set the... READ MORE

  • The Ill Effects of Inhumane Prison Policy

    Prison life is abnormal, and in order to maintain a semblance of sanity, you must be abnormal, which in of itself is oxymoronic. The abnormality of prison is exacerbated by ill-advised prison policy. For instance, eighteen years ago the maximum-security prisons in Illinois were put on 23-1 (23 hours on lockdown and 1 hour out-of-cell time) and prison administrators were contemplating ending contact visits, and I composed a letter to several prominent people in Illinois who were fighting to keep... READ MORE

  • Ramon Montague

    My name is Ramon Montague. I was known on the streets of Chicago, Illinois, as Rico Mac from Roseland, infamously known as the Wild Hundreds. I’m incarcerated for murder, attempted murder, and home invasion. I was given natural life, a sentence that was unlawful and unconstitutional. I am fighting to have it overturned. In March 2016 I will have been incarcerated for 32 years of the 57 years of my life. I have spent more time in prison than on the streets. The lifestyle that I led set the... READ MORE

  • The Ill Effects of Inhumane Prison Policy

    Prison life is abnormal, and in order to maintain a semblance of sanity, you must be abnormal, which in of itself is oxymoronic. The abnormality of prison is exacerbated by ill-advised prison policy. For instance, eighteen years ago the maximum-security prisons in Illinois were put on 23-1 (23 hours on lockdown and 1 hour out-of-cell time) and prison administrators were contemplating ending contact visits, and I composed a letter to several prominent people in Illinois who were fighting to keep... READ MORE

  • Ramon Montague

    My name is Ramon Montague. I was known on the streets of Chicago, Illinois, as Rico Mac from Roseland, infamously known as the Wild Hundreds. I’m incarcerated for murder, attempted murder, and home invasion. I was given natural life, a sentence that was unlawful and unconstitutional. I am fighting to have it overturned. In March 2016 I will have been incarcerated for 32 years of the 57 years of my life. I have spent more time in prison than on the streets. The lifestyle that I led set the... READ MORE

  • The Ill Effects of Inhumane Prison Policy

    Prison life is abnormal, and in order to maintain a semblance of sanity, you must be abnormal, which in of itself is oxymoronic. The abnormality of prison is exacerbated by ill-advised prison policy. For instance, eighteen years ago the maximum-security prisons in Illinois were put on 23-1 (23 hours on lockdown and 1 hour out-of-cell time) and prison administrators were contemplating ending contact visits, and I composed a letter to several prominent people in Illinois who were fighting to keep... READ MORE

  • Ramon Montague

    My name is Ramon Montague. I was known on the streets of Chicago, Illinois, as Rico Mac from Roseland, infamously known as the Wild Hundreds. I’m incarcerated for murder, attempted murder, and home invasion. I was given natural life, a sentence that was unlawful and unconstitutional. I am fighting to have it overturned. In March 2016 I will have been incarcerated for 32 years of the 57 years of my life. I have spent more time in prison than on the streets. The lifestyle that I led set the... READ MORE


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