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Interview with Tim, Sherri and Brett

JM: What clothes could you have brought in to wear in the jail (underwear, socks, etc.)?
Tim: That must be a joke. We were issued starched white uniforms, grey socks, and white underwear.
Sherri: No clothes brought in. I went w/o bra n underwear for 3 days not known why I wasn't given them.
Brett: Only white shirts and thermal shirts were allowed and white sock all which you had to buy on commissary

JM: If you had a set uniform, what did it look like? Please be specific about each piece of clothing issued to you.
Tim: We were issued starched white uniforms, grey socks, and white underwear. Commissary sold extra socks, underwear, thermals, and t-shirts. Is that enough words? No? Crap.
Sherri: I wore a bra undies and a green pants and top suit. That was the only one that fit me for a week then I wore an orange top and pants
Brett: A very old dingy orange like sweat pants bottom and a very old v neck dingy orange shirt that probably had just been taken off some one that had been released

JM: Were there any assigned clothes in high demand that an inmate should look for when getting clothing assigned?
Tim: I don't understand the question, so no. no. no. no.
Sherri: If anything fit u wanted that to wear. Usually it didn't.
Brett: No just sizes you wanted to get a good size they tried to give me a triple X and I'm a large at best

JM: Was the clothing different between men and women?
Tim: In jail our uniforms were different, but in prison they were the same.
Sherri: Yes. Colors and style were different
Brett: Yes the women wore like a dull red color

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