Fb2 Prisons, Prisoners and Parole ePub
by Douglas Thomson
|Publisher:||W.Green (May 30, 2007)|
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The Attica uprising took place in the midst of an earlier period of activism, and had the potential to be a turning point toward better prison conditions. When these mostly black and brown men took over the yard and asked for things like better education, the state could have recognized the legitimacy of their demands.
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Parole is the early release of a prisoner who agrees to abide by certain conditions, originating from the French parole ("speech, spoken words" but also "promise"). The term became associated during the Middle Ages with the release of prisoners who gave their word. This differs greatly from amnesty or commutation of sentence in that parolees are still considered to be serving their sentences, and may be returned to prison if they violate the conditions of their parole.
Maximumsecurity prisons are walled fortresses that hold the most dangerous prisoners. If a parolee violates any of these conditions or commits a new crime, the parole board can revoke parole and reincarcerate the offender. The abolishment of parole. Mediumsecurity prisons are facilities secured by a series of fences and enclosures that hold inmates considered less dangerous and escape prone than those in maximumsecurity prisons. Minimumsecurity prisons are institutions without walls, without armed guards, and often without perimeter fences and that hold inmates considered to be low security risks.
Those same modern prisoners were also complaining about the absence of fresh fruit in their diets.
Terry Hartle, The Christian Science Monitor. Heather Ann Thompson tracked down long-hidden files related to the tragedy at Attica-some of which have since disappeared-to tell the saga in its full horror. Larry Getlen, New York Post Writing with cinematic clarity from meticulously sourced material, brilliantly exposes the realities of the Attica prison uprising. Those same modern prisoners were also complaining about the absence of fresh fruit in their diets.
16 Books You Didn't Know Were Written in Prison. Some of the people who wrote books in prison drew on their experiences behind bars, and others wrote just as a way to occupy themselves. You wouldn't typically think of a bestselling author also being an ex-con, but prison provides a lot of free time for reading and writing, and sometimes that can lead to a book. You've probably heard of most of these works or their authors, but you might not know that they were written in jail, until now. Check out this list of books written in prison.
Douglas Thomson, American association executive. Member Naugatuck Valley Planning Committee, 1956; commissioner Woodbury Historic Commission, Connecticut, 1968; member Pension Committee, Woodbury, since 1984; Member of National Association of Manufacturers (board directors since 1984), Dartmouth Club, University Club. With Uniroyal In. Middlebury, Connecticut, 1950-1978, president, corporate vice president, 1975-1978. Consultant Office Management and Budget, Washington, 1977-1978. President Toy Manufacturers America, New York City, since 1978. With United States Marine Corps, 1942-1945.