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  • Government Name: Terrell Forth-Bey
  • Register Number: 40936-050
  • Age:32
  • Time Served:10 yrs.
  • Home Town:Atlantic City, NJ
  • Sentence:13 yrs.
  • Current Charge:Bank Robbery
  • Alias:Abu-Bey
  • Release Date:Release Date
  • Prison Affiliation:Moorish Science Temple of America
  • Circle of Influence:Tewhan Butler
  • Institution:USP Pollock
  • Awareness is key. When we know better, we show better.
  • Questions I Would Ask

    I often ask myself questions like: What if I ran into George H.W. Bush? I would probably ask him did his son really get busted with a bunch of cocaine. And if I ran into George W. Bush, I would ask him why he did not respond to Hurricane Katrina with concern or effort. Maybe if I ran into Martin Luther King Jr., I would ask him, now that it has been fifty years, why are we still marching for civil rights. How are we as humans defending and fighting for human rights? I would ask B.I.G. what was... READ MORE

  • No Exceptions

    Prison really takes away a person’s free will in more ways than one. Actually, just two– physical liberty and independent reason. Most dudes in prison become reactionary and perform based on the conduct of prior accepted behavior. In prison no man is his own man.  Most of the stabbings, most of the violence, some deadly, and the general mentality that creates the hostile prison environment has its roots in what was socially accepted in the streets of the neighborhoods we roamed... READ MORE

  • Policing Our Communities

    Sitting in my little box and thinking outside of it, I find myself, in spirit, able to reach– 2Pac, Geronimo Pratt, George Jackson, General Mao, Nat Turner, Assata Shakur, Harriet Tubman– legends of the struggle, freedom fighters. I see my future in their struggle, and my struggle in their past; making us one in the same. More than a year ago I wrote about the avoidable deaths and brutal murders of Trayvon Martin, Renisha McBride and others. Since then there have been more killings... READ MORE

  • A Prisoner’s Open Letter to Society

    Sometimes I don’t know what to say. My impulses urge me to say something meaningful and useful, albeit I myself am in search of answers. I strive to assist always, in all ways. It has been sometime since I last posted. Only because, as of late, I have been pretty much torn between so many different things. My release date is rapidly approaching- 2016. After being in prison for ten years I have a pending lawsuit that I am struggling with. Civil law is voluminous and is not familiar to me.... READ MORE

  • U-N-I Toward Equality (UNITE)

    Dear Brother, yeah you! The one clinching that cold pistol, boiling blood running through those veins. Your murderous efforts are all in vain. There’s a pain plain to see as mothers cry a sea . . . Behold! The foe attempts to flee. See, look! The crooks got his hooks in you and me . . . You’ll go to jail and he’ll go free- U-N-I-T-E Worldwide A strugglers pride is a struggler’s tie . . . U-N-I-T-Y is how strugglers survive. Being aware is being alive; So, did you know... READ MORE

  • 33 Years A Slave

    This past week I saw something in the newspaper about the movie 12 Years A Slave in which actor Chiwetel Ejiofor played Solomon Northrup. I haven’t seen the movie but it brings to mind two similar accounts: 1) The Sundry Free Moors [Act] (1789-1790) that can be found in the House Journals of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History January 4, 1790 – January 20, 1790 and 2) my own personal experience — ten years a slave. I’ve been a prisoner of my own... READ MORE

  • Raise UP!

    Man’s fall was unintended but forseen and therefore with purpose. Falling into a deep sleep with an agenda to Wake up and Raise UP! He was given dominion over the heavens and the earth, the birds of the air and the beasts of the field. He was given the perfect companion, a counterpart as a helper to assist him in his divine purpose and mission to achieve, accomplish and Raise UP! He was instructed to multiply the earth, naming his wife because as the father of all the living, she would... READ MORE

  • Unity

    I was once asked by a female friend from my neighborhood, why all of my close male friends defend and honor each other as we did. I just smiled and was prided. But the answer is– On any given day, any one of the few could be the one who saves us all. When you think of it from a united view; if one man makes it and he is just and equal, it doesn’t matter if he is Chinese, Arab, Indian, Semite, Cushite, Hittite or else. If his plight is the plight we all suffer, then he becomes our... READ MORE

  • A New Era

    This is a new era and all things are made possible by way of will. We have all heard the saying, “where there is a will, there is a way.” This new era of time is just that, a new time and era; a new beginning, a fresh start. Science illustrates this by study. Babies are being born with larger, more receptive brains and are aware of their capabilities and test their capabilities to do and become great. However, that energy is channeled in the wrong direction. We are on a low... READ MORE

  • Dreams come true: A tribute to Dr. King

    As we observe and celebrate the birth and life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who I might add served his people well, it is perfectly normal to bask in another’s accomplishments, as those accomplishments were in the service of humanity. The noble prophet Confucius said: “When three men are working together, there is one who can be my teacher. I pick out people’s good and follow it. When I see their bad I correct them in myself.” If we have learned anything at all from... READ MORE

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  • Questions I Would Ask

    I often ask myself questions like: What if I ran into George H.W. Bush? I would probably ask him did his son really get busted with a bunch of cocaine. And if I ran into George W. Bush, I would ask him why he did not respond to Hurricane Katrina with concern or effort. Maybe if I ran into Martin Luther King Jr., I would ask him, now that it has been fifty years, why are we still marching for civil rights. How are we as humans defending and fighting for human rights? I would ask B.I.G. what was... READ MORE

  • No Exceptions

    Prison really takes away a person’s free will in more ways than one. Actually, just two– physical liberty and independent reason. Most dudes in prison become reactionary and perform based on the conduct of prior accepted behavior. In prison no man is his own man.  Most of the stabbings, most of the violence, some deadly, and the general mentality that creates the hostile prison environment has its roots in what was socially accepted in the streets of the neighborhoods we roamed... READ MORE

  • Policing Our Communities

    Sitting in my little box and thinking outside of it, I find myself, in spirit, able to reach– 2Pac, Geronimo Pratt, George Jackson, General Mao, Nat Turner, Assata Shakur, Harriet Tubman– legends of the struggle, freedom fighters. I see my future in their struggle, and my struggle in their past; making us one in the same. More than a year ago I wrote about the avoidable deaths and brutal murders of Trayvon Martin, Renisha McBride and others. Since then there have been more killings... READ MORE

  • A Prisoner’s Open Letter to Society

    Sometimes I don’t know what to say. My impulses urge me to say something meaningful and useful, albeit I myself am in search of answers. I strive to assist always, in all ways. It has been sometime since I last posted. Only because, as of late, I have been pretty much torn between so many different things. My release date is rapidly approaching- 2016. After being in prison for ten years I have a pending lawsuit that I am struggling with. Civil law is voluminous and is not familiar to me.... READ MORE

  • U-N-I Toward Equality (UNITE)

    Dear Brother, yeah you! The one clinching that cold pistol, boiling blood running through those veins. Your murderous efforts are all in vain. There’s a pain plain to see as mothers cry a sea . . . Behold! The foe attempts to flee. See, look! The crooks got his hooks in you and me . . . You’ll go to jail and he’ll go free- U-N-I-T-E Worldwide A strugglers pride is a struggler’s tie . . . U-N-I-T-Y is how strugglers survive. Being aware is being alive; So, did you know... READ MORE

  • 33 Years A Slave

    This past week I saw something in the newspaper about the movie 12 Years A Slave in which actor Chiwetel Ejiofor played Solomon Northrup. I haven’t seen the movie but it brings to mind two similar accounts: 1) The Sundry Free Moors [Act] (1789-1790) that can be found in the House Journals of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History January 4, 1790 – January 20, 1790 and 2) my own personal experience — ten years a slave. I’ve been a prisoner of my own... READ MORE

  • Raise UP!

    Man’s fall was unintended but forseen and therefore with purpose. Falling into a deep sleep with an agenda to Wake up and Raise UP! He was given dominion over the heavens and the earth, the birds of the air and the beasts of the field. He was given the perfect companion, a counterpart as a helper to assist him in his divine purpose and mission to achieve, accomplish and Raise UP! He was instructed to multiply the earth, naming his wife because as the father of all the living, she would... READ MORE

  • Unity

    I was once asked by a female friend from my neighborhood, why all of my close male friends defend and honor each other as we did. I just smiled and was prided. But the answer is– On any given day, any one of the few could be the one who saves us all. When you think of it from a united view; if one man makes it and he is just and equal, it doesn’t matter if he is Chinese, Arab, Indian, Semite, Cushite, Hittite or else. If his plight is the plight we all suffer, then he becomes our... READ MORE

  • A New Era

    This is a new era and all things are made possible by way of will. We have all heard the saying, “where there is a will, there is a way.” This new era of time is just that, a new time and era; a new beginning, a fresh start. Science illustrates this by study. Babies are being born with larger, more receptive brains and are aware of their capabilities and test their capabilities to do and become great. However, that energy is channeled in the wrong direction. We are on a low... READ MORE

  • Dreams come true: A tribute to Dr. King

    As we observe and celebrate the birth and life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who I might add served his people well, it is perfectly normal to bask in another’s accomplishments, as those accomplishments were in the service of humanity. The noble prophet Confucius said: “When three men are working together, there is one who can be my teacher. I pick out people’s good and follow it. When I see their bad I correct them in myself.” If we have learned anything at all from... READ MORE

  • Page 1 of 2
  • 1
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  • >
  • Questions I Would Ask

    I often ask myself questions like: What if I ran into George H.W. Bush? I would probably ask him did his son really get busted with a bunch of cocaine. And if I ran into George W. Bush, I would ask him why he did not respond to Hurricane Katrina with concern or effort. Maybe if I ran into Martin Luther King Jr., I would ask him, now that it has been fifty years, why are we still marching for civil rights. How are we as humans defending and fighting for human rights? I would ask B.I.G. what was... READ MORE

  • No Exceptions

    Prison really takes away a person’s free will in more ways than one. Actually, just two– physical liberty and independent reason. Most dudes in prison become reactionary and perform based on the conduct of prior accepted behavior. In prison no man is his own man.  Most of the stabbings, most of the violence, some deadly, and the general mentality that creates the hostile prison environment has its roots in what was socially accepted in the streets of the neighborhoods we roamed... READ MORE

  • Policing Our Communities

    Sitting in my little box and thinking outside of it, I find myself, in spirit, able to reach– 2Pac, Geronimo Pratt, George Jackson, General Mao, Nat Turner, Assata Shakur, Harriet Tubman– legends of the struggle, freedom fighters. I see my future in their struggle, and my struggle in their past; making us one in the same. More than a year ago I wrote about the avoidable deaths and brutal murders of Trayvon Martin, Renisha McBride and others. Since then there have been more killings... READ MORE

  • A Prisoner’s Open Letter to Society

    Sometimes I don’t know what to say. My impulses urge me to say something meaningful and useful, albeit I myself am in search of answers. I strive to assist always, in all ways. It has been sometime since I last posted. Only because, as of late, I have been pretty much torn between so many different things. My release date is rapidly approaching- 2016. After being in prison for ten years I have a pending lawsuit that I am struggling with. Civil law is voluminous and is not familiar to me.... READ MORE

  • U-N-I Toward Equality (UNITE)

    Dear Brother, yeah you! The one clinching that cold pistol, boiling blood running through those veins. Your murderous efforts are all in vain. There’s a pain plain to see as mothers cry a sea . . . Behold! The foe attempts to flee. See, look! The crooks got his hooks in you and me . . . You’ll go to jail and he’ll go free- U-N-I-T-E Worldwide A strugglers pride is a struggler’s tie . . . U-N-I-T-Y is how strugglers survive. Being aware is being alive; So, did you know... READ MORE

  • 33 Years A Slave

    This past week I saw something in the newspaper about the movie 12 Years A Slave in which actor Chiwetel Ejiofor played Solomon Northrup. I haven’t seen the movie but it brings to mind two similar accounts: 1) The Sundry Free Moors [Act] (1789-1790) that can be found in the House Journals of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History January 4, 1790 – January 20, 1790 and 2) my own personal experience — ten years a slave. I’ve been a prisoner of my own... READ MORE

  • Raise UP!

    Man’s fall was unintended but forseen and therefore with purpose. Falling into a deep sleep with an agenda to Wake up and Raise UP! He was given dominion over the heavens and the earth, the birds of the air and the beasts of the field. He was given the perfect companion, a counterpart as a helper to assist him in his divine purpose and mission to achieve, accomplish and Raise UP! He was instructed to multiply the earth, naming his wife because as the father of all the living, she would... READ MORE

  • Unity

    I was once asked by a female friend from my neighborhood, why all of my close male friends defend and honor each other as we did. I just smiled and was prided. But the answer is– On any given day, any one of the few could be the one who saves us all. When you think of it from a united view; if one man makes it and he is just and equal, it doesn’t matter if he is Chinese, Arab, Indian, Semite, Cushite, Hittite or else. If his plight is the plight we all suffer, then he becomes our... READ MORE

  • A New Era

    This is a new era and all things are made possible by way of will. We have all heard the saying, “where there is a will, there is a way.” This new era of time is just that, a new time and era; a new beginning, a fresh start. Science illustrates this by study. Babies are being born with larger, more receptive brains and are aware of their capabilities and test their capabilities to do and become great. However, that energy is channeled in the wrong direction. We are on a low... READ MORE

  • Dreams come true: A tribute to Dr. King

    As we observe and celebrate the birth and life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who I might add served his people well, it is perfectly normal to bask in another’s accomplishments, as those accomplishments were in the service of humanity. The noble prophet Confucius said: “When three men are working together, there is one who can be my teacher. I pick out people’s good and follow it. When I see their bad I correct them in myself.” If we have learned anything at all from... READ MORE

  • Page 1 of 2
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  • 2
  • >
  • Questions I Would Ask

    I often ask myself questions like: What if I ran into George H.W. Bush? I would probably ask him did his son really get busted with a bunch of cocaine. And if I ran into George W. Bush, I would ask him why he did not respond to Hurricane Katrina with concern or effort. Maybe if I ran into Martin Luther King Jr., I would ask him, now that it has been fifty years, why are we still marching for civil rights. How are we as humans defending and fighting for human rights? I would ask B.I.G. what was... READ MORE

  • No Exceptions

    Prison really takes away a person’s free will in more ways than one. Actually, just two– physical liberty and independent reason. Most dudes in prison become reactionary and perform based on the conduct of prior accepted behavior. In prison no man is his own man.  Most of the stabbings, most of the violence, some deadly, and the general mentality that creates the hostile prison environment has its roots in what was socially accepted in the streets of the neighborhoods we roamed... READ MORE

  • Policing Our Communities

    Sitting in my little box and thinking outside of it, I find myself, in spirit, able to reach– 2Pac, Geronimo Pratt, George Jackson, General Mao, Nat Turner, Assata Shakur, Harriet Tubman– legends of the struggle, freedom fighters. I see my future in their struggle, and my struggle in their past; making us one in the same. More than a year ago I wrote about the avoidable deaths and brutal murders of Trayvon Martin, Renisha McBride and others. Since then there have been more killings... READ MORE

  • A Prisoner’s Open Letter to Society

    Sometimes I don’t know what to say. My impulses urge me to say something meaningful and useful, albeit I myself am in search of answers. I strive to assist always, in all ways. It has been sometime since I last posted. Only because, as of late, I have been pretty much torn between so many different things. My release date is rapidly approaching- 2016. After being in prison for ten years I have a pending lawsuit that I am struggling with. Civil law is voluminous and is not familiar to me.... READ MORE

  • U-N-I Toward Equality (UNITE)

    Dear Brother, yeah you! The one clinching that cold pistol, boiling blood running through those veins. Your murderous efforts are all in vain. There’s a pain plain to see as mothers cry a sea . . . Behold! The foe attempts to flee. See, look! The crooks got his hooks in you and me . . . You’ll go to jail and he’ll go free- U-N-I-T-E Worldwide A strugglers pride is a struggler’s tie . . . U-N-I-T-Y is how strugglers survive. Being aware is being alive; So, did you know... READ MORE

  • 33 Years A Slave

    This past week I saw something in the newspaper about the movie 12 Years A Slave in which actor Chiwetel Ejiofor played Solomon Northrup. I haven’t seen the movie but it brings to mind two similar accounts: 1) The Sundry Free Moors [Act] (1789-1790) that can be found in the House Journals of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History January 4, 1790 – January 20, 1790 and 2) my own personal experience — ten years a slave. I’ve been a prisoner of my own... READ MORE

  • Raise UP!

    Man’s fall was unintended but forseen and therefore with purpose. Falling into a deep sleep with an agenda to Wake up and Raise UP! He was given dominion over the heavens and the earth, the birds of the air and the beasts of the field. He was given the perfect companion, a counterpart as a helper to assist him in his divine purpose and mission to achieve, accomplish and Raise UP! He was instructed to multiply the earth, naming his wife because as the father of all the living, she would... READ MORE

  • Unity

    I was once asked by a female friend from my neighborhood, why all of my close male friends defend and honor each other as we did. I just smiled and was prided. But the answer is– On any given day, any one of the few could be the one who saves us all. When you think of it from a united view; if one man makes it and he is just and equal, it doesn’t matter if he is Chinese, Arab, Indian, Semite, Cushite, Hittite or else. If his plight is the plight we all suffer, then he becomes our... READ MORE

  • A New Era

    This is a new era and all things are made possible by way of will. We have all heard the saying, “where there is a will, there is a way.” This new era of time is just that, a new time and era; a new beginning, a fresh start. Science illustrates this by study. Babies are being born with larger, more receptive brains and are aware of their capabilities and test their capabilities to do and become great. However, that energy is channeled in the wrong direction. We are on a low... READ MORE

  • Dreams come true: A tribute to Dr. King

    As we observe and celebrate the birth and life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who I might add served his people well, it is perfectly normal to bask in another’s accomplishments, as those accomplishments were in the service of humanity. The noble prophet Confucius said: “When three men are working together, there is one who can be my teacher. I pick out people’s good and follow it. When I see their bad I correct them in myself.” If we have learned anything at all from... READ MORE

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