JM: How many different blocks were there? Mizzell: In Tutweiler we had big dorms like rooms
aroundeight plus cdorm and annex we also had
lockup Neil: I think 3. I do not remember exactly.
JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they? Mizzell: Yea alphabet adorm was receiving edorm was aids
dorm hdorm was mental health and c dorm was sap
program the rest of us lived in the other dorm
Neil: I do not remember the names if they even had any.
JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks? Mizzell: Receiving woman who just came in. Edorm HIV
positive hdorm mental sickness and cdorm drug
program then the rest of us
Neil: In my cell area, they held the felony inmates.
In the other cell they held the lesser crimes
and then there was one for the ladies. They
also had a couple of cells for those who wanted
to hurt themselves or were detoxing.
JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks? Mizzell: The annex was more laid back the hill was a lot of
drams Neil: Worst: My cell block held the felony inmates.
Most were very easy to get along with and gave
me no problem. However, there were some who
just wanted to cause problems. I stayed far
away from those...they were easy to see. Best:
My cell mates were easy to get along with and
they looked out for each other.