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"Revolution has really opened my mind..."

August 27, 2016

Staff/Volunteers from PRLF,

I would like to thank you all for all the work that you do. Revolution has really opened my mind and eyes to the reality of this world. I am no longer a beleiver of faith, religion, or a beleiver of fairy tales. To me that’s what all religions push. Now I am a man of facts & science. I don’t beleive that to be a good human being I need to go to “cry church”. If you see a person in need you help. That’s what will change the world in my opinion. I used to be anti-abortion. But thats because I didn’t know any better. Now Im pro because I know a fetus is not a living breathing child. And who am I to tell a woman when to or not to have a child.

I’m still getting my feet wet in this new thinking and don’t know much but I’ll tell you this, I question “everything” now. If it’s not backed up by science or facts I want no part of it. At the moment I’m in a concrete tomb, a prisoner of war. Yes a war on the people of color Brown & Black. I’m in solitary confinement unit also known as the SHU[Security Housing Unit, eds] - Corcoran SHU in California. We are all getting ready to launch are own struggle once again. Brown/Black/ white coming together to fight are real enemies are oppressors C.D.C.r. [California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, eds] state,/ goverment, who condone torture. I am spreading your newspaper to anybody that will listen. Theres is a lot of guys here of revolutionary mind. Some don’t even know it yet.

On behalf of all of us here in Corcoran SHU, Thank you P.R.L.F.

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