I think POWs and possibly kidnap victims are treated better than us “offenders” here at MSDF. We receive bottom tier, next to nothing healthcare if we’re lucky enough to receive any at all. … 47 sleepless nights My personal experience starts on my arrival on October 21. A little background information, I have a terrible acid reflux, it … Continue reading Alan recalls MSDF with wit and disdain
I’m locked down in this place and it is destroying my life in many ways. The good thing that I have going is I believe in God and I’m strong during this hard time. Yes, I have sinned many times in life and made many mistakes that caused me my freedom by landing in jails … Continue reading Carlos: This is not for humans
My experience in MSDF was hell. I’ve been denied medical attention in segregation. I had to sleep on the floor for days. Staff assaulted me, cussed me out and denied me my medication and high blood pressure check. I was ignored while nauseous and vomiting. I was in a bus and car accident and MSDF … Continue reading Mark on life in MSDF: It’s been hell
I was sent to MSDF on Oct. 29, 2017. I told the nurse I am taking two medications for my seizure disorder. As I was moved upstairs on 8 south cell, I had been asking and asking about my seizure medication, I had also talked to the corrections officer about my seizure medication. They would … Continue reading Deon: No medication and sleeping on the floor
I was 22 years old when I originally received my sentence. Since then I have been removed three separate times and incarcerated here at MSDF more times than I can keep count. Even though I have been battling my disease of addiction, I have not earned or caught a new case since my original charge. … Continue reading Christopher: What are they really trying to accomplish here?