Jan. 21, 2018

Up Date

by Ronald W. Clark, Jr (author's profile)


January 9, 2018


Things have calmed down here. We have a really good Warden here at Union C.I. Warden Jordan is a good man, fair, and is running this place fairly well. I'm just glad things have calmed down.

Bernadette and I have went our separate ways, which was the best for her. Nothing lasts forever.

I'm out here trying to bring change to end this death penalty, and hopefully my latest essay "Waiting to Die" will give people some insight into this madness.

Debbie: I'm proud of the work she's doing to bring change to better our conditions and to end the death penalty. Debbie has become my best friends. Her mom, Sherry, and I were really close back in the day (1982~1983). I miss Sherry. She passed away Feb. 18, 2013. Still hurts thinking about her dying.

Still dealing with two mentally-ill and unstable neighbors. Ray Johnston who feels he's entitled. He's been writing kites in as soon as they start painting the cells. I'm hoping to move away from him. I have Franklin Floyd on the other side of me who talks to himself all the time. Cusses people, calling black guys n----, which Johnston has done as well. Just madness. We need a mental health wing.

Typical madness of existing in this cage. Hope all will read "Waiting to Die" and share it with others. Join NCADP.org.

Please take care. God bless you all.

In peace and love,
Ronald W. Clark Jr.


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