Friday, March 04, 2016

Marquette Branch Prison: Rev. Pinkney is being tortured by a group of thieves

The Marquette Branch Prison, over 500 miles from Benton Harbor, Rev. Edward Pinkney’s home, is located in Siberia, Michigan, better known as America’s concentration camp, a place where prisoners from various localities are sent to be tortured by a group of thieves. 
The State and Federal government give the Michigan Department of Corrections millions and millions of dollars for a program called MPRI. This program at Marquette Prison has never been in operation. They have a sign on the door that says MPRI, but there is no such program in operation at Marquette.
The MPRI program is designed to get prisoners prepared for the world outside the prison system, a system that is designed to destroy the prisoner.
Let the truth be told. All the programs the Department of Corrections claims to have, such as Substance Abuse, Smoking Cessation, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, only last long enough for the prisoner to sign in, and the class is already over, and the Department of Corrections receives the fat paycheck. The bottom line is that the tax payers are paying for this unchecked discretion.
The GED program is the biggest joke going. It takes a prisoner 2 to 3 years to get a GED diploma and very few ever get a diploma, only because the instructor is only working to get a paycheck, a free paycheck.
There are millions and millions of dollars being misused by the Michigan Department of Corrections. The tax payers are sleeping. They must stop sleeping and watching NCSILaw and OrderBlue ShieldPerry MasonCops, etc. These programs are designed to keep you in fear. The government is always right, and they always get the right man, who committed the crime. We all know that is not true. 
The Michigan Department of Corrections has been stealing money from the tax payers for years. The tax payers must stand up and stop the real thieves, the Michigan Department of Corrections, at all cost. We must hold them accountable for their action and inaction.

Rev. Pinkney