Prison Pete

Friday, April 01, 2005
  OK, now to your letters.
I think you should have gotten some of my response letters by now? Does it make sense to you? Hopefully it will eliminate some of the confusion. Count is now going on and then I need to "clear off" the remainder of my toilet paper roll since today is the weekly TP exchange. I'll be back soon.

It is now 6:00 PM and I tried to call Georgia but the system does not accept Cousin Bill's number yet. Let us hit the mail, your letter.

Okay, I hope you are clearer on my TB test. I tested positive back in 1998. I completed the preventative drugs and have had many x-rays; three in the last six months. I am not contagious or infectious at this point. As I have said (well up till yesterday anyhow, but more on that later) I value my life, even if no one else does and I have strived to take the best care of myself as possible. My current coughing has been related singly to the clogged sinuses and my airways; my lungs have remained clear.

So the hockey activities are going well. Maybe you should stay away from West Point. It could be a terrorist target HAHA. Do you notice if they have anti-aircraft units set up there?

Thanks for the info on my androgynous friend. It matches what he said. Actually, I think what you see is he was released on parole, say after doing two years of a two-to-four year sentence, and then violated a condition of parole in effect till four years is expired; so now he has to remain in jail till four years are up.

Parole violations are not necessarily new crimes and the time given as punishment for a violation varies. DOC rules prohibit possession of "website" information on other inmates. That is the main reason I said not to look.

The group of one hundred or so here is a real eclectic mix: ex-Rikers Island officers, a former State Trooper, gays, at least two he/she wannabes, bunches of sex offenders, and at least one member of the Federal Witness Protection Program.

Thanks for the postal scale check. I do not know how the post office works, but I think the post office in West Virginia loved to check the weight of letters just to send them back! I did not think that one page over would cause a reject, but who knows.
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