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The Penobscot County Jail is reducing the number of inmates released in the middle of the night.
A former inmate criticized officials for allowing inmates to be released late at night when the buses weren’t running and homeless shelters were closed.

 

BANGOR, Maine — The Penobscot County Jail is reducing the number of inmates released in the middle of the night.

The Bangor Daily News reports that inmates are more likely to be released at 6:30 a.m. instead of midnight after the sheriff changed the policy last month.

The change came after a former inmate criticized officials for allowing inmates to be released late at night when the buses weren’t running and homeless shelters were closed.

The newspaper said most jails that it surveyed release inmates in the morning.

Sheriff Troy Morton says that going forward inmates serving sentences for more than seven days will now be released at 6:30 a.m, unless they request to leave at midnight.

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Write to Bishop Joel via:

Joel Dudley – Reg. #07499-036

FCI Otisville – PO Box 1000, Otisville,  NY 10963

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There’s a heavy weight that becomes heavy in the silence.

It comes from the absence of me and the discernment from around the room.

Here it goes.  The pairing of new things together.

The matching game.

Coffee avalanche stare from a bleak overture of some sun in the face of a grandkid I maybe once had.

How you do.  And get through lovingly on the back of a female dragon.

Toothless bandit, holding air in his hands asking me, “What can I do?”

Lumberjack wack!

Well, I’ll be… you old drunk I love you, you cocksucking son of a bitch whore bastard.

As I am,

As I will be today

As I will live each day

fully.

– ~ G.Raff

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Dear Future Self,

May you please always remember to be kind and grateful, and always be spontaneous and responsible; let your duties be your first priority.

Duties:

Stay vigilant and on course, bringing a solid blessing of unconditional love.

Let go of all that you need to bring you closer to God.

Let your channel be open to Healing Light.

Be aware and keep dreaming up new ideas into reality.

Be faithful to love from the Heavens.

Take time to work things out, never rush.

Always be still and wait for the right response.

~ G.Raff

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Setting boundaries…

Grounded in reality.

 

Smoking weed creates bad Karma for me,

Because I end up in patterns,

Magnetic pull to darker matter that i’d rather not get into,

Uncomfortability.

 

Nature walks, meditation, writing, reacting,

Drawing, exercising, drinking water, praying daily,

Giving thanks, being in the present moment,

Not attaching to concepts,

But observing rationally what they represent to the the bigger picture.

Medication, structured living environment,

Positive Decisions,

PRCC, AA meetings, African Museum, and Isaac.

 

Rage.

 

I want to be a productive member of this community.

Love and Rockets,

Maggie

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Dear people,

Tell junkies to finally listen to you and get sub doctors, so that they have a better chance at a happy life, and if they can help their addiction, the weight will be lifted and true freedom will beckon them.  Be fearless and beautiful, because every single junkie needs to follow your example for it.  Do the deeds and the deeds will be done, no matter how many times we attempt it.  If all else fails, we’ll all fail.

Love,

G.Raff

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She thought slowly,

between what two things amazed her at the moment –

the beauty of the ocean of loving, calm commotion,

and now the moon.

  • Maggie

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