The Chase

I was asked what my current state of mind/being is like as I’m now in position to receive a date of execution (which we know is booming ahead). The following is what I was able to express – and while I was unable to give this description in “normal” terms (but what is actually “normal”...
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THE TIME IS NOW

The anticipation had grown. There was a sense of tension, despair and anger in the air. The word was – it’d be a fight to the end! As I stood in the death row recreation day room watching the dreaded death watch cell officers began to take some of the inmates in the day room...
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THE MOST RELEVANT STANCE

The death row walk is undoubtly one of extreme complexities. The struggles with life, torture, despair, hope, death etc. are ones that can be put in no simple words. Each of us as unique beings will deal with these things in different ways and because of our unique essences and beliefs there’s just no way...
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WHATS MORALITY GOT TO DO WITH IT?

There’s an issue that I feel needs to be urgently addressed in regards to the angles certain activists take in fighting the death penalty. With this comes a certain understanding and acceptance of reality. If one can’t face the reality of a situation, how can a proper solution be found? Stokely Carmichael pointed it out...
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GENOCIDE! I MEAN THAT

Many people brush off the terms prisoners use to describe their situation, conditions or the powers that be. These terms are often viewed as colourful or over exaggerated. However, could it be that we’re in denial about what we’re facing, going through and the methods being used against us? I think for any person that...
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