Questions and answers on false misconduct tickets: North Carolina prison system
Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)
Questions and Answers on False Misconduct Tickets
North Carolina Prison System
By: Honest Willie Worley Jr.
Q: Man how did the 4th Circuit Court not see that we are not getting a fair prison hearings for misconduct tickets that are written by incompetent prison guards?
A: The question is not about what they saw or what they didn't see in the case of Worley v. Keller, et,. al. Our justice system is overtly telling us that they are making rulings that support the irrationalities of North Carolina systematic corruption that blocks the rehabilitation of the Department of Public Safety incarcerated person. Our reform is not the issue. The war on African Americans, and our communities is the main target.
Q: Honest Willie, dawg, you always talkin' bout the things prisons, and prison guards be doing. I don't see this stuff, besides I keep putting myself in this place. Do you feel we need to start taking responsibility for our own actions?
A: I feel like you may be poorly informed about issues that effect your life everyday. The media supplies the public with a small portion of North Carolina Prison Corruption. Obviously you have missed this in the news in the papers, and on the internet. So without any further delay allow me to present some media coverage on different moments of corruption in North Carolina Prison History. To see more go to The Charlotte Observer, The News & Observer, or The Fayetteville Observer, and check their back issues.
Q: What did the lawsuit Worley v. Keller, et., al. revolve around?
A: Prisoners in North Carolina are subject to false misconduct tickets every day by incompetent prison personnel. Their rationalized excuses are troubling and unacceptable. They have an existing pattern and practice that violates many prisoners constitutional rights. This is usually done at the cost of the prisoner. He is made to pay $10.00 to the prison administration.
Q: Now that you lost the lawsuit; what is your next course of action?
A: To educate and bring up people's level of awareness about a system that displays unconscious and implicit racism. I love every race and ethnic group. We are all apart of humanity, but there is a white racial system in the United States. Their main objective is to clandestinely manipulate and oppress African Americans. They do this using many techniques. Rationalization, and incarceration are their preferred methods.
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