Most of the girls on here are level headed and supportive, some not so much but people like that are everywhere. He said one of them was actually the guard who took him to the bus the day he got out. Each episode of this series examines a different aspect of prison life at one of America's over-populated prisons that primarily house convicts sentenced to multiple decades behind bars. Cinematic re-enactments, witness testimony and expert interviews are used to present the tales that begin with something as simple as an online post or tweet and end with violence. Told from the perspectives of both the escapees and the law enforcement teams tracking them, this series documents some of recent history's high-profile jailbreaks and the various methods officials use to outsmart the criminals, leading to their eventual recapture. I am here I completely understand what you are going through.
And personal hygiene is a challenge. Prisoners also discuss life in the facility and the crimes that landed them there. Two years after getting out, more than 50% of prisoners find themselves right back behind bars. I think some of ths was filmed before he got there,and some after because one guy referred to a drawing he sent his girl for valentines but I know he also said he was there when they were filming and didnt want to be on camera. Don't know about it airing again tonight though. Cases include an online feud between friends that results in a physical altercation and a seemingly innocent online connection to leads to a homicide.
Keep up the good work. I've been really interested in the program because my boyfriend is on his way there. Sacramento County Jail is the featured prison for this season. The way is full of bumps -- and some strong emotions -- along its rocky road, but these inmates are tasting freedom for the first time in a long while. After seeing today's Lockup it brought back so many memories of seeing the visiting process center to visiting him behind the glass in those small windows. As much as I try, I know I can't possibly imagine what he goes through every day, especially dealing with the boredom. This entry is filmed at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in the rural Indiana town of Carlisle.
For some, visits are rare moments of intimacy. It was really interesting for me to see some of what goes on behind those walls. I'll have to tell hubby I saw this. The majority of Wabash's inmates used to come from urban areas, but now they come mainly from rural farming communities, because of the rise of methamphetamine use. Many episodes deal with the prevalence of gang violence and the very specific rules an inmate must follow if he or she wishes to stay out of trouble with the more powerful prisoners. It was nice to see the baseball teams and stuff where the guys have something positive to do.
I wish I had known this existed months ago when my son first entered San Quentin, it would have answered many of my questions and relieved so much of the stress and confusion I was feeling. I did not catch how many shows there will be. Page Aww if you ever need to talk Page. Programs like the annual poetry slam provide inmates a creative release, helping them to avoid potential disciplinary write-ups and longer sentences. I literally broke down crying because I have not been able to touch my man for close to 4 years because our visits are also behind the glass. From what they announced it sounds like there will be 6 segments they were filmed in a 4 month period. I actually got to watch it with my guy last night.
I guess I just crave anything that helps me understand what my guy is going through. Thompson and his Investigative Services Unit try to figure out why members of one gang brutally stab one of their own. Hopefully, the word will get out about this show and family members will be able to have an idea of what our loved ones are going through. Thank you all for your input. Not sure about you ladies but I cried through the whole thing. Prisoners also discuss life in the facility and the crimes that landed them there. That's also why I like this site; it helps me feel connected to him.
This live we choose in standing by our men is very hard. Just chose the wrong path for the moment. The behind-the-scenes series goes international, taking viewers behind bars in prisons in countries around the world. However, inmates often operate under a different code of conduct. I watched all of it almost twice. Things can go wrong, though, when it's not used the right way.
Other episodes deal with other aspects of prison life, including the development of romantic relationships and the psychological and emotional effects that long-term isolation has on the prisoners. He also pointed out one of the guards who would take his cookies. In going behind bars of Georgia's correctional system, each episode of this series examines one aspect of the state's paramilitary approach to their prisoners, the idea being treat them like highly disciplined soldiers and they will stop acting like criminals. But some have devised creative ways to pass the time. She was talking about not being able to touch him because their visits are behind the glass.
And serving as a reception center, the overpopulated prison must house a dangerous mix of levels within close proximity of one another. As we were watching it he was commenting on which of the guards he knew. Boredom reigns supreme for prisoners who spend endless hours, days and months confined to their cells. But if you have any questions, dont be afraid to ask. His favorite form of mayhem? Also housed at Wabash are several of Indiana's high-profile murderers. This series shows extreme examples of the negative outcomes that can result from social media usage.