Prison Images

Prison Images

Images from the various facilities we visited

[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_me-ricky-lisa-xburg.jpg]3500Me, my wife and pastor at FCC Petersburg
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_me-mom-dad-xburg-2012.jpg]3230Me and my parents at FCC Petersburg
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_pitt-county.jpg]2800Pitt 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.
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_marshall.jpg]2710"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.
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_transport.jpg]3680Con 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
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_okc.jpg]2870Oklahoma 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.
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_elkton.jpg]2560Federal 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.
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_jpats-prisoners_stepping_down_an_aircraft.jpg]2640Con Air
Another shot of what if basically looks like to board the con air polane
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_chains1.jpg]3550Shackles
This is how we were shackled for any transport outside of prison
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_atlanta_0.jpg]2700Atlanta 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.
[img src=https://www.paulproject.org/wp-content/flagallery/prison-images/thumbs/thumbs_petersburg_0.jpg]2580Federal 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.

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