Organized Crime
Missing Persons
Unsolved Cases
Domestic Violence
Child Abuse
Hate Crimes
Sex Crimes
Juvenile Crime
Historic Crime
Elder Abuse
DNA - Forensic
Mental Illness
US Terrorism
Law Enforcement
Drug Wars
Computer Crimes


Federal Bureau of Prisons -- 1982 - present. For information on inmates released prior to 1982, write to the Office of Communications and Archives Federal Bureau of Prisons, 320 First St., NW., Washington, DC 20534; Attn: Historic Inmate Locator Request.

Impact of Prison Status on HIV-Related Risk Behaviors

Black Crows - Art Gallery - I've been doing this type of art work for about 10 years now since I've been in the Prisons of Massachusetts, so I've had a lot of practice and got pretty good with it. This Prison at Gardner has a Native Circle so you would well know I've been changing my ways of thinking and of life.

Artwork Sent from Prisons and Jails

Justice: Denied -- The Magazine for the Wrongly Convicted

Truth in Justice - Truth in Justice is working to free wholly innocent men and women convicted of crimes they did not commit, and to prevent wrongful convictions by educating the public regarding the vulnerabilities in the U. S. criminal justice system that make these miscarriages possible.

The Case For Innocence - Examines why inmates remain in prison despite DNA evidence that exonerates them.

Cell Door Magazine - Written by prisoners for a free audience. Open the cell door and meet the men and women behind bars. Topics include but are not limited to prison issues.

Journal of Prisoners on Prisons - The Journal of Prisoners on Prisons (JPP) is a prisoner written, academically oriented journal. The purpose of the journal is "to bring the knowledge and experience of the incarcerated to inform the public about the current state of our carceral institutions."

Other Side of the Wall

Copyright Kari Sable 1994-2011


Death Penalty



Justice & Injustice



Mental Illness

A Disjointed Search for the Will to Live
by Shaka N'Zinga
Shaka NZingas memoir reveals the personal and political transformation of an African American youth growing up in the urban poverty of Baltimore. Incarcerated since age sixteen, the author's articles have been influential in prisoner Support networks. The book joins such classics as Eldridge Cleavers Soul on Ice and George Jacksons Soledad Brother.

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