Is there more to North Carolina: Prison spokesperson story

Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)



Is There More To North Carolina Prison Spokesperson Story By: Honest Willie Worley Jr. Questions & Answers Q: Honest Willie, man my Moma just recently asked me about an article she read in the Charlotte Observer November 28, 2013. It concerned some prisoners being on lockdown for attacking an officer. Why does she immediately think that the prisoners were the cause of what happened? A: Your mother is obviously a person who never had any run ins with the law. So her ability not to visualize what may have happen is understandable. You should try to download every article about prison corruption in North Carolina. Share this information with your mother. Then she may come to the realization that the prison administration in North Carolina aint the peaches and cream they appear to be. Q: I still don't understand how all of that illegal stuff keep getting into the prisons like the North Carolina Department of Public Safety Spokesperson named in his article? A: Some things are not meant to be revealed, but I will say this no one should be counted out, including the officer that was assaulted. Q: I read the article about the lock down at Lanesboro. Spokesperson Keith Acree statements explaining what happen, seemed tailored. What do you think? A: I think your right. Mr. Acree job is not to be exactly misinformative, his job consist of a lot of alterations that direct the blame towards the prisoner, and not the prison personnel. A better word to use for what he is doing is deception. Q: How long will prisoners at Lanesboro be locked down? A: Several years ago, one of North Carolina Secretary of Corrections announced that after the last medium custody add on facility is complete. All close custody facilities will go on lockdown due to gang violence. The only problem that i see with this is, everybody in close custody are not gang members, a lot are victims of gang violence. North Carolina made a very bad decision when they mixed security threat group prisoners with the general population of prisoners. That's when North Carolina prisons became recruiting grounds for security threat group prisoners. We can't blame only the prisoners but also the prison administration for orchestrating the monstrous conditions of confinement.

Author: Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)

Author Location: North Carolina

Date: 2016

Genre: Essay

Extent: 3 pages

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