Meet the Medical Company Making $1.4 Billion a Year Off Sick Prisonerz

  In states that use Corizon to provide healthcare in their prisons, medical neglect and abuse run rampant. By NationAction The healthcare provider Corizon makes an estimated $1.4 billion off sick prisoners every year. With profits like those, you would think it was actually treating prisoners. But in states that are using Corizon to provide […]

Politikal Prisoner Robert Seth Hayes 10th parole denial very telling

Greetings Everyone, Below is Political Prisoner’s Robert Seth Hayes’ decision from the New York Parole Board. I think it is very telling that they only cite the original crime as a basis for denying release to this 67 year old man behind bars in his 4th decade of incarceration. Again although it has been repeated […]

Furthering the Cause of Ending Old Piraciez and Slavery: Update on the Virgin Islandz 3 Case

Washington, D.C., June 5, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Kwasi Seitu Institute for Tsunamic Justice (202) 971-2478 U.S. Courts Refuse to Comply With Domestic and International Law by Even Denying “Due Process” to the Virgin Islands 3 and their Chief Legal Advocate. As the “Virgin Islands 3,” Meral Smith (Malik), Beaumont Gereau (Haneef), and […]

Peltier on 41st anniversary of ‘Incident at Oglala’

By Leonard Peltier Sisters, brothers, friends and supporters: June 26 marks 41 years since the long summer day when three young men were killed at the home of the Jumping Bull family, near Oglala, [S.D.], during a firefight in which I and dozens of others participated. While I did not shoot (and therefore did not […]

Sundiata Acoli: Ride and denied

by Sundiata Acoli This is a brief recap of my parole hearing and denial. Background Almost two years ago, Sept. 29, 2014, the New Jersey Appellate Court ordered the New Jersey Parole Board to “expeditiously set conditions” for my parole. The Parole Board appealed the order on grounds that I had not undergone a hearing […]

“What to a Prisoner iz the 4th of July?”

This painting was created for Prison Radio by artist & death row prisoner Kevin Cooper, 2016   My name is Bernadette Devlin McAliskey. Mumia Abu Jamal’s deep and resilient voice has been silenced and censored! I will read to you one of his illuminating commentary’s written on the occasion on Nelson Mandela’s visit to Philadelphia, […]

Deadly Conditionz in Texaz Prisonz

Sign and Share  Imagine being locked in a concrete cell struggling to breathe for hours on end. This is a reality for many Texas prisoners. The stifling summer heat, which can cause temperatures to reach up to 130 degrees indoors, is unbearable. In these conditions, some might not survive, and since 2007, there have been […]

“The Insourcing of Prison Labor”: Seven US Corporate Household Namez Use Prison Labor to Produce their Goodz

by Kelley Davidson   You won’t believe who’s on this list. Once slavery was abolished in 1865, manufacturers scrambled to find other sources of cheap labor—and because the 13th amendment banned slavery (except as punishment for crimes), they didn’t have to look too far. Prisons and big businesses have now been exploiting this loophole in the 13th amendment […]

Prosecution cover-up of FBI role in Omaha Two case raisez questionz

by Michael Richardson Secret Omaha FBI memo to J. Edgar Hoover about Omaha Police Department FBI document After revelations about the crimes of COINTELPRO operations directed by J. Edgar Hoover were made public, Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa, former David Rice, appealed to the Douglas County District Court to see his files of the Federal Bureau […]

Stop The Retaliation Against Major George Tillery

New Evidence Exposes Frame Up Convictio Worker’s World Erroneous Article Posted: 27 Jun 2016 10:33 AM PDT Dear Supporters: A writer for Worker’s World has written an article regarding Major Tillery’s most recent Pro Se filing of  The Post Conviction Relief Petition with New Evidence.  Piette erroneously states that Major Tillery is represented by an […]