Prison Images

Images from the various facilities we visited

Me, my wife and pastor at FCC PetersburgMe, my wife and pastor at FCC Petersburg
Me and my parents at FCC PetersburgMe and my parents at FCC Petersburg
Pitt County Detention CenterPitt County Detention Center
I spent my first three months in segregation in Pitt County. This is where I truly committed to make the most of my time in prison.
"Con Air" Marshall"Con Air" Marshall
I was transported by Con Air a total of 4 times. It is a tough and long day. We were shackled around our waist and our ankles for as long as 24 hours.
Con AirCon Air
Once we landed we would either get on a bus for a ride to the next facility, or in the case of OKC, we would deplane right into the facility
Oklahoma City Federal Transfer CenterOklahoma City Federal Transfer Center
I spent just a couple of weeks here on my way to Petersburg, Va. Insteresting facility as you unload right off the plane into the center.
Federal Correctional Institute - ElktonFederal Correctional Institute - Elkton
We spent three long years, including some very cold winters in Elkton. It is a disciplinary low and run more like a medium.
Con AirCon Air
Another shot of what if basically looks like to board the con air polane
This is how we were shackled for any transport outside of prison
Atlanta Federal holdoverAtlanta Federal holdover
By far the most challenging 2 weeks I spent in prison. A very old facility, you're locked down 23 hours a day and in addition to your cellie, you have to share your cell with the extremely large roaches and rodents.
Federal Correctional Complex - PetersburgFederal Correctional Complex - Petersburg
We spent two years at Petersburg where David took part in the Life Connections faith-based program. Other than the fact that there was no air conditioning, it was a step up from Elkton.