January 30, 2011 by staff 

Corrlinks, All Canadians, once convicted, are in the for-profit prisons run by GEO Group and Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), which do not have to adhere to the policy of balance of payments and procedure, have little supervision by the Department of Justice and balance of payments, and whose main challenge is the internal storage on the lowest possible cost. These private prisons are contracted by the U.S. Department of Justice for the 20 centers that house foreigners only, despite the cost to the taxpayer is nothing less than the cost of housing a U.S. citizen a center of balance of payments.

One of the inequities for Canadians is that Americans in the federal prison system in the U.S. have email Corrlinks. A and 3.00 per hour (no cost to the taxpayer), all U.S. citizens in federal prison are open e-mail, one day, with a maximum of 30 correspondents. (The correspondent can be added or deleted). This is extremely important for communication with loved ones, and news and access to legal material, as both Canadians and Americans only get 300 minutes of phone time total for an entire month. Most months, less than 10 minutes a day! This is the way in a short time. But when a prisoner has access to hours of email a day makes a big difference. Currently, convicted Canadians have access to email, while all U.S. federal prisoners in the prison system has access to email.

No exercise equipment of any kind here. Americans in every federal prison has treadmills, steppers and other equipment (in the fitness of each unit.) There are no plans to bring exercise equipment here. Not only are the most basic courses or vocations available here. In a U.S. federal prison for inmates of America, are abundant and accredited courses with certified instructors are also required. For Canadians and others here, the instructors are not accredited. Nor accredited courses. Currently offering classes DRJCI welding, horticulture, and culinary arts course, but these are largely false course with little relevant skill-building going on.

Canadians have real difficulty putting money in the account of a prisoner Canadian company store here. Americans can have your family send money orders or send money through Western Union using your credit cards or cash. Canadian families cannot send money orders, or the use of Western Union, nor can the Canadian families of prisoners Canadians use a Canadian-based VISA or MasterCard. Canadian families must travel to the U.S. to shop at Wal-Mart or some of these places, one based on prepaid MasterCard or VISA, or debit card, then put the money in your loved ones from the account with the monopoly of Keefe Commissary Network at http:// where service charges are considerable. Keefe is commonly thought, which supplies all the elements for inmates who buy at the commissary purchases and primarily the Bush family owns deposits to our accounts.

American inmates sent a low-security FCI is largely housed in 2-man cells. The “low” my judge, recommended that I send, FCI Lompoc, have cells of 2 men. In fact, a man of Sea-Tac FDC – a bank robber 9-hour with a bomb while robbing banks – was sent to “low” security of Lompoc, full e-mail, exercise equipment, the outdoor visits and dozens of courses & vocations, while I, a political prisoner who sells cannabis seeds, I’m in a “low” concentration camp for foreign security without any basic amenities are American prisoners for granted. He was sent to a precision of “low” security FCI near his home in Washington state, as the Bureau of Prisons requirements are that an American should be placed in a facility within 500 miles of your home (although does not happen that often anyway). I’m 4000 miles from my house, requiring my wife to travel by plane for 9 to 13 hours of flight, and up to 48 hours total transit time to get here, as was the case on two occasions so far. All Canadians here are in the private prison farther away from home, the situation exactly opposite to what is required for inmates of America. No federal facilities farther away from Vancouver in this corner of southeastern Georgia (Florida does not have federal prisons for foreigners).

The Law Library has this Lexus / Nexus, which is complete compilation of the statutes of U.S. law. That’s it. Is there anything else here, I have brought: dictionaries, the procedure legal assistant, lawyer jail manual, Auto prisoners Help Litigation Manual, bulletins, etc. No email, we cannot make requests for legal assistance or material, the addresses of government agencies, or groups of prisoners of assistance. With only 300 minutes and a fixed list of phone numbers allowed to be contacted, we cannot call outside legal help to send or provide materials. Americans therefore have a much more advantageous ability to do legal work on behalf of prisoners and others.

The library reading is supposed to have 30 to 50 subscriptions to magazines to inmates with a variety of current reading material. No contemporary novels or reference books in either English or Spanish. 400 books in Spanish, largely fiction classic, was delivered to DRJCI became a federal prison, but no contemporary or illustrated was one of these books. Essentially, the library has books obsolete and largely useless here management refuses donations from outside sources, domestic as well as refusing to spend money on a regular infusion of new materials. A librarian certificate is required at any inmate library balance of payments; while DRJCI has a part-time professor sitting in the library, under the auspices control Dr. Davis, to ensure that no progress of any kind is carried out.

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