I had the top bunk and would roll down on early mornings and notice the picture of his child on the dresser. You don’t sleep well knowing your child will never know you as a free man.
Dwayne Betts, a former teenage carjacker, reflects on Miller v. Alabama, the Supreme Court ruling that strikes down mandatory life-without-parole sentences for people under 18 years old.
…many folks are conjuring up different kinds of retributive punishments for him to suffer—punishments dished out at the hands of his future fellow prisoners; preferably by a huge dude named Bubba.
Mansfield Frazer on what will happen to Sandusky in prison, if convicted (hint: no one named Bubba will be involved, probably).