Oct. 12, 2012


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


Ronald W. Clark Jr.
September 20, 2012


I was standing at the cell door a moment ago talking with an inmate. I said "I got 12 more days." He said, "I don't know, I sit out there and listen to them and you have a lot of haters!" He said, "I hear the Lts, Captains etc come on the floor out there talking about you. I hope you get off, but I don't know."

This kind of dashed my hopes of 12 days to go, but then again, I do have the Chief Inspector General issuing an order for an investigation by the Inspector General and a report back within 60 days. Which would be November 12, so maybe that'll keep the haters off my back until then. But then again - these people haven't acted with a whole lot of intelligence when falsifying state documents, committing assaults or other criminal unlawful acts, so why should they be any smarter now? That's what worries me. Every time they enter my cell, or stop at my cell front, I'm constantly wondering is this another set up, to falsify state documents, in order to keep me down here in this isolations/deprivation cell, on D.C. You can't stop people from lying and being unethical dishonorable individuals. And that's the one thing that I learned during all of this. Never anticipate the morals and principles of another human being. For they may surprise you, and you find out quickly that you're dealing with a sadistic individual, who lacks principles or scruples. As I have learned the hard way.

We will see what they do, in the next 12 days. I have my fingers crossed. I hope for the best and expect the worst.

Sincerely Ronald W. Clark Jr
Sept 20, 2012


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