Friday, December 09, 2005

The Horrid Treatment of Humans

Connecticut might have the lowest job growth the whole United States.

I found out it is one of the shittiest places to live in America. I would have been better off never returning from one of the trips I took to Europe and the former USSR.

Police commit perjury, and the legal system is just one big sick joke.

A privileged few, take all they please, and wreck lives on a whim.

-Steven G. Erickson aka Vikingas

The History of Abuse of Citizens arbitrarily caught up in the legal system

I received the below by email today:

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Friday, December 9, 2005 8:52 PM
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The suicide watch

(Hartford Courant Story, below)
The suicide watch is the most exquisite form of torture the prison has. They
take all your clothes, put you literally in one of those moving company carpets
with arm holes, like a big dress- it's a carpet - you can only have a shower a
few days a week with a few guards watching. There is no running water in the
cell (there are sinks, but the water is turned off), you can't brush your

You are in a cell with a guard (usually male) sitting outside the door in a high
stool watching you 24 hours. They throw three grotesque baloney sandwiches at
you three times a day and a 10% orange juice box which is maybe 8 oz. Nothing
to read. You sleep in a plastic box on the floor, and there is absolutely
nothing in the room. It's of course, freezing and there is a wind blowing
constantly, in all the cells, not just "the suicide watch."

By the time you get out of there, you swear you will not fail your next suicide

No, I was never in there, I just saw it all the time. It is true torture.

These women are kept like animals. You are allowed no underwear, and the ladies
tell me they have to just hold that pad between their legs 24/7 during that time
of the month.

If you happen to walk past their cells (like, totally wrapped in chains, and I
mean totally- your hands are chained to your waste, you are in leg irons, and
the chain is wrapped around your body- you can't even scratch your nose, and you
sit like this on the "bus" being carted to just about every courtroom in the
State, loading and unloading several times a day, and "court runs" start at 5

If you walk past their suicide watch cells, they are often on the floor,
grovelling like animals.

*THIS* is where they will throw a crooked State Trooper.

That would be because if she had the chance, she would kill herself, knowing
what York is like. The same was true for Trooper Bocchichio and Diaz. They did
not want to go to jail - they were rather die, and believe me, killing yourself
is a really rational idea when faced with a CT prison. The jails are *that*

There are no pillows, and the blankets are like the food. Cartoon Blankets.
You get two blankets, and they are like big floppy crocheted things, like a

This is where you get your dental floss. Threads from your clothing and sheets.
(They don't allow you to buy dental floss.)

The guards are all like Chuck Graner. They are all psychopaths and KKK
skinheads. I mean, 99.999% of them. You know. I won't say all, but maybe one
out of 200 is remotely like a human being. I can name two of them.

People were asking me all the time how they could kill themselves once they knew
I was a scientist and worked for Pfizer. I was like, "Well, the simplest way is
to hang yourself from the upper bunk." (the cells are about 6 feet wide and
three of those feet are bunks. The length is about 10 feet and two of those
feet is the sinks. So there is about 10 square feet of walking space, and there
are two chairs in each room, taking up some of those 10 feet).]

Jailers should not be in charge of how jails are run, just like DCF should not
write their own legislation, because it suits THEM, and not their victims.
The CT legislators and the Governor do not want to hear about any of this.
The women ZOOM over to "Mental Health" where they can get any drug they want,
which is usually seroquel, so they can sleep their sentences away. The gym
equipment is all broken. There are two stationary bikes. That's it, for 50
women at a time, and they are both broken. All you can do is walk for an hour a
day, 5 days a week, if the guards are not being too crazy, which is usually the

So, in reality, you are lucky to get outside 3-4 days a week. The prisoners are
all insane. It takes about 4 hours of being locked in a cell, before you lose
your mind.

Imagine what shape these 17 year olds are in, after having been there two years.
They talk baby talk. I have seen grown women sucking their thumbs, and make no
attempt to hide it. You can't imagine what it is like to look at nothing but
cement walls for months on end. You lose your depth perception.

You start walking like an extremely drunk person. Going outside makes you
extremely dizzy. And then once you're out, you think every sound is the police
coming to arrest you again, for crimes you did not commit.

But the suicide watch is the worst. That's 15 days in a cage wearing a carpet.
You can't even wash your hands after the toilet.


Veteran State Trooper Arraigned on Sex Charges
The Hartford Courant
December 9 2005, 2:25 PM EST

ENFIELD -- A veteran female state trooper who headed the town's emergency
management department, and the agency's executive officer, were arraigned this
morning in Superior Court in Enfield on charges of alleged sexual abuse of a
12-year-old boy.

State Trooper Mary Buckley,59, was arrested Thursday evening and charged with
hindering prosecution, three counts of risk of injury to a minor, interfering
with a police officer and failure to report sexual abuse by a mandated reporter.
She was released on $250,000 bail Thursday night.

As director of the East Windsor emergency management department, Buckley
supervised executive officer Peter Waraksa, 43, of East Windsor, who was charged
with first-degree sexual assault, first-degree risk of injury, first-degree
kidnapping and employing a minor in an obscene performance. He was ordered held
on $500,000 by Judge Howard Scheinblum.

Scheinblum also ordered that Waraksa be put on suicide watch while being held in
jail. The arrest warrants containing details of the alleged crimes were sealed
by Scheinblum. Buckley's and Waraksa's next court date is scheduled for December

Police said they were contacted on Nov. 29 by the boy's family, who said the boy
had been sexually assaulted by a 43-year-old man. The assaults, said to have
taken place in the suspect's home, occurred from sometime in May until early
fall, police said.

Police charge that Buckley was told about what Waraksa was doing and did not
report it.

After Buckley's appearance her attorney, Hope Seeley, would only say that the
allegations against her client were not true.

Public Safety Commissioner Leonard C. Boyle said Thursday Buckley has been
placed on administrative duty and relieved of her police powers. An internal
affairs investigation has been opened, he said, but will not be completed until
after the criminal case is adjudicated.

Copyright 2005, Hartford Courant
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My email to incoming Gov. Rell of Connecticut regarding Rowland and corruption

How can there not still be sleaze in the Connecticut Governor’s Office, if former Rowland aids are answering Rell’s phones? (post)

Can cops rape, rob, beat, and murder with immunity?
(post contains pictures of young adults brutalized by police, and picture of a 1978 Chevrolet Corvette and one of the houses I fixed up from a boarded up condition)

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