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Voices from Solitary

An article from our friend, Tony Vick, published in Solitary Watch



"In the cold, clammy chamber of solitary confinement, I feel isolated from life. I welcome a roach crawling across the floor and pray that it too doesn’t desert me. But in the chaotic violence of the general population prison yard, where all angles lurk danger and prevailing predators, I pray for the moment when I can breathe again, be safe again, back in my isolated cell."

Read more at: https://solitarywatch.org/2023/11/07/voices-from-solitary-i-need-to-be-alone/


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