Jimmy's Execution in His Words - Part 3Written by Jimmy Kinslow as told to Ed Howes
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If we as a society of an enlightened and evolved beings, take upon ourselves moral authority and "right" to cage our fellow beings for what we have deemed to be unacceptable behavior; we must, at same time, assume unquestionable duty and responsibility to provide basic human necessities for those we choose to incarcerate within our prisons. This includes proper food, shelter and medical care. It is a fact deprival of any one need for a helplessly caged human being, constitutes cruel and sadistic physical torture.
We seem to have forgotten a basic, and fundamental truth underlying American penal system. We send fellow human beings to prison AS THE PUNISHMENT for wrongdoing, NOT TO BE PUNISHED in addition to social isolation. Somewhere along line we have allowed our fundamental concepts and basic understanding of just punishment of fellow humans to be corrupted by pandering politicians. Turning punishment into intentional infliction of physical pain, suffering and murder. Justice becomes criminal itself. Right is right. Wrong is wrong. We don't need any two faced, paid political whore to tell US what a proper form of punishment should be. Don't get caught up in carefully choreographed emotional propaganda put out daily by massive multibillion dollar prison industrial complex and self appointed governmental elites. Don't allow them to sadistically torture fellow people by withholding needed medical care to prisoners IN YOUR NAME, under your moral authority. There can be NO legitimate excuse for it. We are NOT supposed to be a nation of sadists and torturers, or else, what hell are we doing in Iraq?
Without your help and assistance in casting spotlight of public attention upon these prison officials, I will die from deliberate medical malpractice. They thrive on darkness of anonymity and will only respond to outside scrutiny and public pressure to save their jobs and not embarrass their political masters. Please do not allow my voice to fade into darkness unheard, with my death.
I am only 44 years old. They are seizing opportunity to change my prison sentence into a death sentence, executing me. If I were to be given a lethal injection, it would be more humane than being left in severe physical pain from this untreated and mistreated, deadly liver disease and additional serious medical conditions as a result of malpractice. The slow rotting of my internal organs.
Please help me if you can. Attorneys, please take up my case. If you know of an attorney who might, please forward this to him/her or anyone else who might help. Write letters to these IDOC officials on my behalf and many others enduring medical torture and execution. Write elected public officials, print this letter on your Websites. E mail it, FAX it, anything you can think of. Without treatment soon, odds that I will be here this time next year are very slim. Thank you from bottom of my heart for any help you may be able to provide. I would love to hear from each of you and will try to respond to all letters, health permitting.
Jimmy Kinslow #B 67033 Stateville CC P.O. Box 112 Joliet, IL 60434 0112 )
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Modular Homes...Here are the AdvantagesWritten by Nancy Storrs, Custom Modular Homes, LLC - Wisconsin
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Reduced Moisture – Less Mold or Mildew... Because modular homes are built in a climate-controlled environment, there is less moisture, no rain or weather to delay construction, and less dampness. Mold and mildew have little opportunity to grow in your new home. For sensitive families, this is means you’ll have a healthier, more allergy resistant home.
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Economy – Less Waste Of Materials... Drive past any construction site, and you’ll see a dumpster filled to overflowing with scraps of wallboard, lumber, siding and roofing materials. The homeowner pays for those items – and they are all thrown away. With modular homes, there is less material waste, because lumber that is cut off during construction of one house, can be used during construction of next house coming down production line. That results in savings to you, homeowner.
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