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Interview with pete, Jake, Billy and Kara

JM: How many different blocks were there?
pete: Not sure
Jake: I don't know, how many?
Billy: oh there were several different Blocks).probably 25 to 30.There were also pods that were downstairs that everyone hated because of the lack of supervision and the fact that if a fight did break out some one could get seriously hurt by the time guards arrived.and many people have gotten hurt.
Kara: No idea; the jail is a maze I never quite figured out.

JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they?
pete: Pods a through z
Jake: Yes. A block, B block.....
Billy: the cell block I was in was called a-100 which was a 36 man tank if i remember. don't remember the others except for the (pods).
Kara: a series of large dorms called pods and the southside with 8 man tanks

JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks?
pete: Serious inmates were in cells
Jake: I know serious offenses, violent crimes, and three-peat offenders were in different areas. Two hands to that.
Billy: sexual predators and dangerous murderers.
Kara: not sure, it changed around some depending on housing needs

JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks?
pete: Open showers whenever we needed one and we had washers and dryers
Jake: They seemed to all be moldy wreckage. It wasn't pleasant.
Billy: well jail is jail there was nothing nice about it.The worst part I think there was about being in a-100 is the mildew and the overall filth that consumed the shower and toilet area.
Kara: pods were noisy, disruptive and the guards were always angry in there smaller manned tanks were quieter, more private, able to actually spend time reading and concentrating, less tension and the guards in that area were more respectful and calmer

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