The Injustice of Being a ‘State’ Prisoner in the Federal System

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Stuck in the most restrictive prisons

Lack of access to programs

‘Don’t bother to apply’

Medical care at a cost

Us vs. them treatment

Unable to move closer to home

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Rob Barton has been incarcerated for 26 years. Pam Bailey is his collaborator/editor. Learn more at MoreThanOurCrimes.org

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More Than Our Crimes

More Than Our Crimes

Rob Barton has been incarcerated for 26 years. Pam Bailey is his collaborator/editor. Learn more at MoreThanOurCrimes.org

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