South Carolina fighting limits on indigent correspondence
I initiated my challenge to South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC's) policy of only giving us two indigent envelopes a month, to coincide with the campaign to resist restrictions on indigent correspondence that was started in Texas. See Watts v. Sterling, C/A No. 6:16-CB-00 478-JFA-KFM (D.S.C. Jan. 22, 2016 – filed). I lost the case, but I'm preparing to re-litigate it as soon as I exhaust my administrative remedies again.
This is the main reason I haven’t been able to write to y'all within the last two years = shortage of envelopes! The other reason has been because of all the time I've been researching and working on my conviction and sentence.
Although I am not a revolutionary (in the sense that I wish to overthrow the government), I enjoy reading ULK because it features so many articles from people who are affiliated with organizations, such as the Nation of Gods and Earths, United B.L.O.O.D. Nation, and the Almighty Latin Kings and Queens Nation. I have nothing but mad respect for these people! These people have the best understanding of seeing prisons for what they really are, and not for what they just appear to seem.
We Demand Our Grievances are Addressed in South Carolina