JM: Did you find it difficult to get along with other inmates? Please give examples to explain why you did or didn't. Andrew: Clinton Dannemora holds only the most deadliest
of criminals. On my way up to the facility, I was
driving in with a serial killer who just was
convicted in Rochester. They have death row up
there so that's what kind of inmates there are. Jeremy: I had been to prison for 3 years before, so I
knew how to act. I'm quite racist, so I would egg
things on with some of the guys.
JM: What types of things did you have to do to avoid problems or fights with other inmates? Andrew: You don't avoid them. Violences is a way of life
in priso and sometimes you meet that violence
head on. Other times it will come to you. Jeremy: Unfortunately, my personality type enjoys
conflict and abrasiveness, so I actually would
look for trouble at times, but mostly with the
custody staff, the C.O.s
JM: Were you able to choose an inmate as your cellmate if you knew one? How often would your cellmate(s) change? Andrew: No, you never have an opportunity like that. Jeremy: At the time I was there, it was state law, 1 man
to 1 cell. No cellies at that facility.