A Pandemic Marks the Worst Time to Be A Prisoner and Under Quarantine, We Are All Prisoners…(Today Was An A$$ Whoopin’…Support RR If Possible…)

Thursday, March 12, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
Thursday, March 12, 2020

This is not good time to be a prison inmate in America. If the Coronavirus grows to exponential numbers of victims, prisoner well-being will be in extreme jeopardy. This article explores the possible fate of prisoners in the event of an extreme pandemic. So why should you read this article if you are not an inmate? In martial law (ie quarantine), we are all prisoners.

Let’s begin with an email about what is going on with the Ohio prison system. What began as a questionable tip has been validated by an official release from the Ohio Department of Corrections.

“Hello Dave

My spouse works in the OHIO PRISONS as a ____________________.

My spouse just received an email from the GOVERNOR’s OFFICE & The DIRECTOR of OHIO STATE PRISONS stating:

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, ALL OHIO STATE PRISONS are under “MISSION CRITICAL STATUS”

Meaning, ONLY STAFF MEMBERS & CORRECTIONS OFFICERS are PERMITTED into the PRISON’s.

NO VISITORS, VENDORS etc… are PERMITTED on any OHIO STATE PRISONS including INMATE VISITATIONS.

ALL STAFF MEMBERS & CO’s will be SCREENED IN & OUT of the PRISONS each DAY.

I have asked my spouse a few weeks ago to find out what the PRISON POLICIES are under SHTF SCENARIO.

However, the DIRECTORS are NOT divulging that INFORMATION.

I didn’t think they would anyway.

So I guess we will soon see what happens in the PRISON SYSTEMS all over the country in the next few months when the SHTF like ITALY.

Is this email accurate or is it just the figment of an over-active imagination? It just so happens this is true.

From News 5 in Cleveland:The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction has suspended inmate visitation indefinitely as a precautionary measure to stop the spread of coronavirus. According to ODRC, the following safety measures have been implemented:

Visiting will be suspended indefinitely;
Volunteers entering our facilities will be suspended indefinitely;
Only mission critical contractors (construction, medical, food service, etc.) will be permitted to enter the facilities. Mission critical will be determined by the managing officer; …

I received this email tip 3 days ago before acting on it. However, this is not the only conversation I have had on the topic of inmate disposition from recent days to years in past.

What about the statement that the decision on what to do with inmates in an extreme crisis is not properly answered in the email because presumably, the department heads aren’t talking. If something is this secret, when it comes to public policy governed by law, it cannot be good. However, this is a very a good question, with regard to what will be the policy to deal with inmates in times of extreme crisis? For example, in the heat of the moment of a pandemic, will they just be left to die in their prison cells? This is not a far-fetched question to ask.

San Quentin

Eleven years ago, I interviewed the first female guard, Barb Peterson, employed at San Quentin Prison. We discussed matters related to this question. At the time that Peterson worked in the prison system, she said the policy, not to be discussed, was to execute the prisoners. There are really only two possibilities and they would be gunshot and/or the use of drug cannisters.

Today’s Response From a Federal Law Enforcement Agent

Recently, I had this same discussion with a senior federal law enforcement agent. We specificially discussed how Obama’s Executive Order 13603 would be employed with regard to conscripting civilian labor (ie slave labor CHICOM style). He stated quite clearly, that the prisoners would be the first recruited to fill mission critical needs and there was about 2 million inmates to choose from.

Another federal official told me that veterans could be recruited from prision to supplement manpower shortages in key law enforcement activities involving the use of contracted military.

One Response to “A Pandemic Marks the Worst Time to Be A Prisoner and Under Quarantine, We Are All Prisoners…(Today Was An A$$ Whoopin’…Support RR If Possible…)”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

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    #1833
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