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Interview with Tim, Sherri and Brett

JM: How many different blocks were there?
Tim: Too many blocks to remember.
Sherri: Probably 10 total men and women
Brett: I was in two e and d

JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they?
Tim: I don't remember the names of the blocks. Two words.
Sherri: If they did I don't remember potters. I was in my own area
Brett: One was the crazy Ds the one were people with mental illness go I have PTSD from Iraq war D 14 the other was e 28 no nick name for it just E 28

JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks?
Tim: They had blocks specifically for suicidal inmates and inmates with medical problems or mental problems. Other than that, they just threw everyone wherever they pleased. Five words left. Two. One.
Sherri: Your general population were all together Trustees were in a separate area and of course men/women Other than that I really don't remember bc it didn't apply to me at the time.
Brett: d had a lot of crazy people and the e had a lot of violent criminal offenders armed robbery couple second degree assaults to one was even a murderer stuck all together in a small cell

JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks?
Tim: There were no "nice" parts. Many times we were skipped for food, hygene, and commissary because we were considered to be "crazy". The guards would often harass us, and if any of us had any problems, we would be ignored for long periods of time. Five words left. Two. One.
Sherri: I liked going to medical the best. I had a tv and was n an open cage so I felt safer. Worst the padded cell inmates were allowed to throw things at me slam my good n at me and say anything they wanted to me and were encouraged to do so.
Brett: The nicest was d because the guards seem to check on us more and get us books things like that the worst was E they had a bad fight in there and a inmate hit a guard seem like the guards just didn't give damn bout us in there they didn't treat the other cells as bad

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