Prison, A Typical Day in Federal Prison

FederalPrisonCamps.com is a website that spells out in simple terms, just about everything youÂ?d ever want to know about life in a prison camp. This is an extremely unique resource providing first hand knowledge in a clever and easy to follow format with no annoying advertisements to distract you along the way.

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(PRWEB) November 26, 2004

Many individuals that end up in prison are just regular people that never could have imagined it happening to them. Wrong place, wrong time, a bleep of the brain or a bit of greed. It doesn’t take much sometimes, and your whole life can come crashing down without a moments notice. Or at least, it may feel that way. FederalPrisonCamps.com is a website that spells out in simple terms, just about everything you’d ever want to know about life in a prison camp. This is an extremely unique resource providing first hand knowledge in a clever and easy to follow format with no annoying advertisements to distract you along the way.

A small sample of what you can expect to find in this site. "I decide to see what the guys are watching on TV but that doesn't go very well. I just can't seem to get into that WB Network. In the dining room, the TV's are on as well and many of the inmates are playing cards as they do every night. I decide to go back to my rack and read for a while. I find myself reading quite a bit and enjoy writing as well. At 9:00pm it's count time, this also happens at 4:00pm, before dinner when all the inmates must be at there assigned cubicle standing up quietly while two correctional officers come through to take a count and confirm everyone is still there. Apparently, this goes on throughout the B.O.P. at these specific times as well as a few times throughout the night, but they just count you while you're sleeping. You get use to hearing the sound of those keys jingle as they're coming through during the middle of the night to count with their flash lights shining in your face. Some of the Correctional Officers (CO's), tend to put an extra loud jingle into their step just to make sure you don't sleep too comfortably I guess. Screwing up a count however, is a definite trip to the hole.

When the lights go out at 10:30pm, I reach for my small reading lamp and decide to read for a while longer. My mind begins to drift a bit and I'm thinking about everything from what my life use to be like to what on earth will I do when I get out? Eventually, I realize..."

Federalprisoncamps.com, Knowledge is Power.

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