Saturday, October 8, 2011

Surviving Prison in America

MarkyMark at the MGTOW Survival Guide has posted an article by a convict, James D. Anderson, describing present day conditions in America's prisons and explaining how to survive them. It is not pleasant reading, but Anderson states that penitentiary life is not as spectacularly brutal as Hollywood makes it out to be. The convict's objective should be to get out with his dignity and sanity intact:

Dealing With the Unthinkable

The specific context is wrongful conviction on a sex crime charge, but Anderson's advice is broadly applicable to the entire prison experience.

1 comment:

  1. My son works in the county prison system. He confirms a guard would also struggle to maintain character integrity. The system destroys everything it touches. One works in the system; no one in his right mind voluntary works with it.