State Prisons: Listen To The Feds

I saw this on an Utne reader article comments
Dear friends,
I have such mixed feelings about this issue. Would like to see some of the rehabilitated prisoners free and living a productive life. However, many of the drug addicts who ended up in prison, did do something harmful to society, mostly all against the 10 commandments. With that said, how do we protect ourselves from those who “know not what they do,” when under the influence of drugs, when again they fall prey to drugs again and again. What is the answer, we see it all the time. Those inflicting pain and trauma to others. I am afraid to see thousands of these previous drug offenders all let loose at once. What is the real answer?
Posted by: Patricia Masterson (  ) at 12/13/2007 11:39 AM

This was my reply:
Patricia Masterson you have the right thought, however I think you have it directed the wrong way. Please remember the thought “know not what they do,” was not directed at those with a spiritual malady. It was directed to those driving the nails.

I would suggest to the lady read Mark 9 28-29
Author: harold

Accident

A friend came up missing. Her name is Regina. Thought she might be in the pokey so I put Regina in the MDOC(MS) inmate search Can you believe what I found?

Inmate ID Last Name First Name Location Term Offense
95262 DIXON REGINALD KEMPER CCF 60 YEARS COCAINE-POSSESS
110776

DIXON

REGINALD

MSP

6 YEARS, 4 MONTHS, 4 DAYS

RAPE

Remember both men are black. It ain’t too bad a thing to rape a black woman, but do not sell her a little crack cocaine.
Author: harold