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Interview with Tara, Greg and Don

JM: How many different blocks were there?
Tara: mens and womens. Mental health patients were lodged within the general of the reasons the class action suit developed
Greg: I'm not exactly sure how many blocks lol I believe there were 8.
Don: there are six blocks and the hole

JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they?
Tara: men housed in mens ward ad the women in the womens ward
Greg: The blocks were actually named after routers a block B Block C block and so on
Don: A block B block C block D block E block G block F block

JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks?
Tara: if you were a sociopath, bi polar , suicidal...didn't matter. The blocks only recognize your sex. No special amenities were allotted for special health or mental health issues. It was a disgrace.
Greg: You have the mental health block Which held on the mentally ill inmates You also have lock up with his web people that got locked up inside of gel went for solitary confinement
Don: F block was the female block. A B C D are general population Blocks, E block is punk city or protective custody to u. G is for handicapped and for seniors

JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks?
Tara: nothing at all. Its a low budget, overcrowded, mrsa infected, understaffed , overcrowded county prison. The average IQ of the guards was about 70. I even had staff ask me to review their letters and reports for grammar and wording. Getting ouside was good, and playing sports in the gym
Greg: I think the best part about the different blocks Billy was good so much cleaner than others And some have him if they got along better than other blocks did. some blocks were quieter than others which was really nice when you can find it because getting peace and quiet and very very important
Don: The nicest parts where the corner cells and gen pop they are bigger and more privet. And the co's are more laid back. The worst parts are the dirty showers and the nasty smell of the inmates that don't shower Or are sick and withdrawing and trying to steel your shit to trade for drugs.

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