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Closing Advice

Interview with Kaylie, Alfredo and Rosa

JM: What else would you want a friend or family member to know if they have a loved one going to this jail?
Kaylie: Be strong and try not to worry too much. Don't think about the negative because its not as bad as what you see on TV.
Alfredo: That they had absolutely nothing to worry about from any of the inmates. All the guards that look like they can fight are decent the ones that look scared are the ignorant ones. Eat every thing and take all the classes they offer to better yourself.
Rosa: bond out, wash your hands consantly and never sit on the toilet. keep your things safe in your bunk and dont share towels or any hygieene produts or everyone will want to use them

JM: If somebody knows they will be serving time in this jail what is your advice to them?
Kaylie: Basically stay to themsevles and mind their own business.
Alfredo: Where some thermal top and bottom, 4 pair of boxer briefs, 4 pair of socks,and 3 white tees. Have at least $300 dollars in your pocket so you can put it on your books for some commissary.
Rosa: take money for canteen and go ahead and you pay to have paytel put on the phone so your family doesn't have to pay or it. they are being financially punished for what we di

JM: Please list any other jail or rehab facilities you have been to.
Kaylie: None.
Alfredo: Ft. Knox Naval Consolidated Brig in Charleston Lovejoy Federal
Rosa: jails. iredell, durham, wake, alamance, sury, newhanover, rowan

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