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Georgia prisoner beaten with hammer fights for justice

October 29, 2013

by Kelevin Stevenson

Kelevin Stevenson, Georgia prisoner
Kelevin Stevenson
I am writing to thank you for the Bay View and for adding me to the mailing list. Well, I’m keeping focused and staying positive even though I’m surrounded by so much that’s negative.

I thank you also for putting my comrade Miguel Jackson’s and my story out there. For the last 32 months it has been covered up by the GDOC (Georgia Department of Corrections), Internal Affairs and the GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation)! My comrade and I have suffered grievously and are still being subjected to atypical and significant hardships by GDOC.

I participated in the hunger strike of 2012 with Miguel Jackson, Bobby Minor, Preston Whiting and numerous others in protest of the cruel and inhumane treatment we have been and are still being subjected to. Here in this SMU (Special Management Unit, similar to the SHU in California), prisoners are being denied educational programs and access to law library, which would be meaningful. Further procedural due process in regards to classification of prisoners being sent to SMU is being deliberately denied.

Kelevin Stevenson, Georgia prisoner beaten with hammer by guards 123110
Kelevin Stevenson after he was beaten with a hammer by guards on Dec. 31, 2110
On a day-to-day basis prisoners in SMU are being subjected to sensory deprivation, which is torture, inadequate medical services, malnourishment and restrictive measures put in place to break the will of prisoners being sent here. The majority of prisoners housed here were sent here in retaliation by GDOC, so daily I strive to educate these young brothers to what’s really being put down by this corrupt system.

I am scheduled to go to court on a fabricated charge put in place to protect the correctional officer who assaulted me with the hammer. This South Georgia district attorney has chosen to ignore the law and protect a good ol’ boy who has broken the very law he swore to uphold! Just goes to show you that the KKKonfederates still live in Georgia.

Send our brother some love and light: Kelevin Stevenson, 570391, GDCP SMU, P.O. Box 3877, Jackson, GA 30233.

 

One thought on “Georgia prisoner beaten with hammer fights for justice

  1. zareen khan

    At one speech US representatives speaks about human rights and looking at such several students, their thinking is revealed. The latest incidents happened between US and India regarding diplomats is a huge international issue. What they would say after all this?

    Reply

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