This is Kenjuan Congo Jr. from the belly of the beast.
The repression of prisoners is a common practice in these human warehouses. This is seen all across the country. The United States Supreme Court ruled that prisoners retain their First Amendment rights: freedom of speech. We have come to see law and reality are two different things.
We hear about the prisoner Krystal Clark who needs a cane just to walk as she’s forced to inhale mold and mildew. When inspection came to hear Krystal and other prisoners who they knew would tell the truth that the prison simply painted over the mold, after Krystal told the truth, it’s frustrating knowing she was retaliated against.
And Ms. Jackson, who talked to Prison Radio about sexual harassment at her woman’s facility, and to no surprise, this perverted abuse is neglected by staff and administration. Should Ms. Jackson, who simply told the truth, be retaliated against as well?
Listening to many prisoners call in, you hear a repeated theme: the repression of prisoners. These institutions are not only meant to keep us in. They are meant to keep you out. To conceal, hide, and cloak the human atrocity. As long as you don’t know what’s going on, they’re able to continue business as usual. Sadly, the usual business of repression is really no surprise.
The perpetual assaults signify their lack of humanity. Retaliation is merely a continuation. Inflicted injury for telling the truth must come to end. We need your head. Continue to support Prison Radio. Let it be known: whatever they do, you are listening.
My email was firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow me on Instagram @kjcongo3. We are under attack. We need your aid. That’s the west. Help. This is Kenjuan Congo Jr. from the belly of the beast. Thank y’all. All power to the people.
These commentaries are recorded by Prison Radio.