7/14/2014

PRISON INFO./ ADVICE;- Just this morning, as I sit in the dayroom, waiting for my celly to finish getting ready in our cell, I hear the guard on duty tell us how she was instructed by her supervisors in a meeting, that if she heard any of the inmates start talking about the maggots yesterday she was to tell everyone that it was not maggots in the food, it was in fact bean sprouts that just looked like maggots, HAHH! Even she stated this in a way that she knew was a bold face lie in a failed attempt to cover up the kitchen infestation. First off I was in the chow hall watching the maggots on the food trays. Secondly neither Aramark nor the prison for that matter has ever once purchased bean sprouts for us inmates, there isn’t a bean sprout in site, but there are maggots. It just amazes me to see the lengths that prison staffs are constantly going to in order to cover their butts for the repeated injustices against inmates.

7/14/2014

___PRISON INFO./ADVICE;- Well it’s official, maggots were found in the food here at Madison Correctional Facility. Just as I was writing about the news coverage the other day, it happened here. This is not just some rumor on the compound, spread about as a result of inmates watching the news, no, I witnessed this myself. On my way to the chow hall I heard the other inmates yelling a crossed the yard for us not to eat the food because it has maggots in it. Of course a first I cautiously assumed that they were joking, but as I entered the chow hall, waiting in line, I saw the inmates at the tables, all talking, not eating the food off their trays. Standing over some of the tables in line I could see some of the inmates moving their food around with their plastic spoon, uncovering said maggots. Sickened by what I was watching I was about to turn around and go back to my cell, but I could see that the lines had stopped moving because they had taken all the infested food away, preparing to make us something else to eat. The inmates sitting at the tables with their trays were told to dump them out and get back in line for new trays. Having run six miles in the morning I was too hungry to leave the chow hall unfed. So I waited in line for half an hour at which point they served us hot dogs. What else can we do as inmates with only one option for food, relying on a company that treats us like farm animals at a food troth?…… Maggots or not, we must eat to survive

STEVEN DYBVAD

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