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My Time as a Second-Class Citizen – E. E. Stevens

Prison. The word conjures up thoughts of oppression, violence, and misery. An apt description. Follow along the personal experiences of a former police officer, who found out firsthand what it means when the law does not factor the intent of the criminal, forcing him to plead guilty to a crime that was unwittingly committed. From a corrupt system to vile living conditions, from apathetic corrections officers to a system that does nothing to rehabilitate men, learn one man’s experience just trying to survive the Michigan Department of Corrections…all while keeping his sanity, attempting to piece together a failing marriage and hoping to be reunited with a father he just met before it’s too late.

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