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  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/the-difference-maker/

    The Difference Maker

    I’m smiling wide and bright right now just finished watching one of the best movies I’ve seen all year 42, starring Harrison Ford. The film is about baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson and, the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1942,  Branch Rickie.   At the time, Branch Rickie decided that it was time for a negro to play major league baseball, and he chose Jackie Robinson to be that negro. During their first meeting he explained to Jackie that he respected Jackie’s...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/whats-sex-got-to-do-with-it/

    What’s sex got to do with it?

    It seems to me that the topic of gays and lesbians and their rights (“Freedom of Choice”) is at the forefront of today’s cultural and moral battle over what’s right, what’s wrong and what’s expectable to the mass majority of people who make up society. From my perspective it’s like moral, religious and ideological gangbanging. And the anti-gay rights activist/Big Worm is saying: “It’s the principality, Smokey!” (an excerpt from the...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/roderick-pavon-sutton/

    Roderick Pavon Sutton

    I am 30+ years old, serving time in the infamous maximum security United States Penitentiary Big Sandy. I was born and raised in Easton, Pennsylvania. I went by the street name “Roach” and was one of the founding members of The Yootie Yoo Crew. I’ve been incarcerated since 2005. After standing tall and rumbling with the United States Government, I was found guilty by a jury of my “peers” of (1) count of armed robbery; (1) count of using and carrying a firearm...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/david-shane-coates-bey/

    David Shane Coates-Bey

    My name is David Shane Coats-Bey…Federal Inmate #04475-007. I am 30 years old. born and raised in Washington, DC. The prison I’m currently in is U.S.P. Big Sandy; P.O. Box 2068; Inez, KY 41224. I was charged with manslaughter and arson and pled guilty and got 10 to 30 years for the manslaughter, that’s the max and 40 to 120 months for the arson and that’s the max. Both of my sentences were ran consecutively, so all together I have 13 to 40 years. Luckily, I see the...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/edi-ahmed/

    Edi Ahmed

    My name is Ahmed Judge, inmate number 41145-050. I am 35 years old and will be 36 on July 5th Inshallah! (God willing) I am from Camden, NJ. I’m from the Centerville section of the city. I rep Liberty Street. That’s my base. Everybody knew me as Eidi. I was found guilty of: Conspiracy to distribute 5 Kilos or more of crack-cocaine Continuing Criminal Enterprise (CCE or The Kingpin Statute) Murder inside of CCE Felony Gun Charges I was sentenced to LIFE + 10 years to run...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/my-appreciation/

    My Appreciation

    I would like to extend my deepest appreciation to those of you who challenged the forces of distance and separation and found within yourselves an unequivocal strength, which allowed/rewarded me with your presence in my darkest hour. May 2010- I was shackled and led out of lock down in USP Big Sandy in Inez, Kentucky to the one USP Lewisburg (The Big House) where I was to complete a four-phase program known around the Federal Bureau of Prisons as SMU (Special Management Unit). The SMU is a...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/the-jaws-of-isolation/

    The Jaws of Isolation

    Almost as if it will never end, my days here have grown stone still. The jaws of isolation biting into eternity. For one moment in time solitude is without motion, not even a sound. Alone I stand. I see nothing. These walls are dripping with sweat. The foul odor of human feces crowd my nostrils. I struggle to breathe. The absence of light is the only protection as the room spins. No bed. No linens. I crawl into a corner. Wrap myself in nothing. Body too fatigued to move any further. Punished,...READ MORE

  • http://www.livefromlockdown.com/5-in-the-morning/

    5 in the morning…

    5:00 in the morning- I sit shackled and black boxed in U.S.P. Big Sandy’s R&D (Receiving and Discharge). Not alone, amongst me sits an assortment of colors- black white and brown- all belonging to what we call on this side of freedom “CARS”. There’s no mystery to where we’re headed and though most won’t admit it, you can sense the fear. The fear that arrives every time BOP decides to enhance your frequent flier miles and drop you within another penitentiary. The fear of the...READ MORE


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