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Tuesday, September 28, 2021
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Tags Fifth Amendment right to remain silent

Tag: Fifth Amendment right to remain silent

California prisoners’ hunger strike: Oregon joins the fight

We are being held in solitary confinement, and the state compels us to answer personal questions or be held in isolation indefinitely. They call this bi-weekly interrogation “programming,” where we’re forced to reveal our most personal information to our captors, “the state,” knowing that this information can and will be used against us.

Demands from the San Quentin State Prison Adjustment Center

After years of the abuse of authority by Adjustment Center (A/C) committee members and unit staff, a collective group of Death Row prisoners in the A/C will be joining in the statewide non-violent, peaceful hunger strike in July 2013 to demand that the warden of San Quentin use his power of authority to bring about positive change to prisoners housed in the A/C SHU.