People’s complaint to our honorable U.S. Department of Justice

Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)



APWA Editor’s 198 College Hill, RD Clinton, NY.13323 Willie Worley Jr. T.C.I # 4885 P.O. Box 730 Tabor City, N.C.28463 People’s Complaint To Our Honorable U.S. Department Of Justice As an incarcerated person. I have have been able to witness firsthand altered conditions of confinement by rogue incarcerators. Their methods and techniques of maintaining policies and procedures for prisoners condition of confinement may be the direct cause of the creation of a dangerous environment. Not only to the incarcerated population, but also the public. Most prisoners understand the debt to society they owe for their criminal and aberrant behavior. Their problem of not understanding usually comes when they are victims of injustices, excessive prison sentences, and dysfunctional corrupt torturous incarceration systems. My incarceration has allowed me to bare witness to some of the most irrational, antagonistic, and criminally dangerous incarcerators you ever want to see. Courts, remedy outlets, lawmakers, etc., have all ignored obvious and blunt dysfunctions of incarcerations systems. For this failure to acknowledge. The existence of a pattern and practice of corruption lives that taints and causes mental decay in the minds of the incarcerated person. Citizens, and private citizens deserve a thorough probe and explanation for why incarcerators are allowed to inject emotional pain into the minds of the incarcerated person? In the name of citizens and private citizens I issue this complaint. Peoples Complaint To Our Honorable U.S. Department of Justice Name Willie Worley Jr. Address: North Carolina Prison System · Work Number: · · Name(s) address(es) and establishments believed to have discriminated; Our Nation’s incarceration facilities, correctional institutions, and public safety agencies. Description of the act(s) of discrimination: federal law on torture prohibits conduct “specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering. Prolonged solitary confinement causes severe mental suffering, and puts the confined at risk of brain impairment. Isolated solitary confinement changes the way the brain works, often making individuals more impulsive, less able to control themselves. The mental pain of solitary confinement is crippling. Brain studies reveal durable impairments and abnormalities in individuals denied social interaction. Plainly put, prisoners often lose their minds according to National Columnist George Will Article. “Solitary Confinement’s Toll.” In 15 years I have seen prisoners accumulate a host of neurosis from being placed on Intensive Control Maximum Control, and Super maximum Control. To spend months, and years in a mostly 8 feet by 12 feet cell for 23 hours deteriorates the incarcerated persons [person's?] ability to reason. The first supermax began functioning in Marion, Ill., in 1983 By the beginning of this century there were more than 60 around the nation. At least 80,000 people are held in isolated confinement in 2012, in the U.S. some 25,000 are in supermax. Solitary confinement causes serious psychological damage, increased recidivism, and fails to reduce other forms of prison violence, according to the “Coalition For Prisoners’ Rights Newsletter. This problem has became so obvious that our nations Commander-In-Chief has launched a federal review of the use of solitary confinement The name(s), address(es) and telephone number(s) of any person(s) with information concerning your complaint. Ms. Lois Ahrens / Mr. Ames Alexander / · Phone 704 · 358 · 5060 Coalition For Prisoner Rights / Lisbet Portman · ADPSR · P.O. Box 9126 · Berkeley, CA. 94709 Ms. Mary Sutton / Center For Constitutional Rights · 666 Broadway 7th FL, New York, N.Y. 10012 Mrs. Elizabeth Forbes (Director) · N.C. - CURE - P.O. Box 49572 · P.O. Box 49572 · Charlotte, N.C. 28277 Special Note Solitary confinement if being used as a tool by criminals posing as incarcerators. They have caused mental decay, physical harm and murder in the name of corrections. The line of rationalization they use to explain their actions is a atrocity. To sit back and let long term solitary confinement continue is not only a crime of mental deterioration to the incarcerated person. It is a crime against a society who will eventually have to deal with the social derangements long term solitary confinement caused. Willie Worley Jr.

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

Author Location: North Carolina

Date: October 15, 2013

Genre: Essay

Extent: 7 pages

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