An honest look at the realities of a Federal prison during the covid-19 outbreak through the eyes of actual prisoners. Inside are descriptions of the struggles the inmates face while still battling the Delta and Omicron strains, until the detriments of FCI La Tuna became its own variant. The dysfunction of the medical staff and those left in charge, handcuffed by the ever-changing CDC guidelines, only bred a far more dangerous environment for the inmates housed there. While the warden tries to decide which is more important, CDC procedures or prison policy & security, the gang disputes, racial conflicts, and dead bodies, do not make the decisions any easier.
Even though incarcerated criminals are considered by some as the lowest forms of society, they are in fact being unfairly used more as a commodity than anything else by the greedy companies contracted through the federal government. Here I use my own personal experiences to unearth the loop hole that privately owned halfway houses across America are exploiting to get rich on the backs of newly released federal inmates. The revolving doors of The Grossman Rehabilitation Center in Leavenworth, Kansas is just another example of the bottomless pit tax payers are forced to throw their money down. Live through my eyes and decide for yourself.