You don’t know how I feel inside
I rather just commit suicide
This is how I fill day and night
Also being dead and out of sight.
People would be glad when I go bye-bye
They won’t even have a tear in their eye.
My life has always been in the dark;
Because my life and me won’t even spark.
I always been living in the darkness.
Cause I live my life being in the loneliness.
People really don’t realize.
until they look into my known eyes.
You could see the suffering pain within me.
In my eyes this is what you’ll never amount to something.
See my life has been very complicated.
As well myself because their both duplicated.
This is only way how I feel
Because I’m telling you the real-deal.
Like I said being born was a big mistake.
One family love and affection is all fake.
I never had true love or happiness.
Only thing I know is lying on darkness…
Written by Emiliona Zapata Loyola P-32816
Mule Creek state prison
P.O. Box 409020-A-3-216 Low
Ione, CA 95640-4020
“No one – not even the government itself – has ever been able to specify with any certainty the precise number of federal crimes defined … in the 27,000 or so pages of the U.S. Code.” In the 1980s, lawyers at the Department of Justice estimated that the criminal code contained 3,000 crimes. Today, the Heritage Foundation estimates the federal laws currently enumerate nearly 5,000 crimes, a number that grows every year.
Holly Harris, Executive Director of the U.S. Justice Action Network, told Foreign Affairs Magazine in “The Prisoner Dilemma” March /April 2017 www.ForeignAffairs.com
“64% of California’s jail population is awaiting trial or sentencing as of December 2016.” Most remain in pretrial custody because they cannot afford bail. Jail Profile Survey, http://www.bscc.ca.gov/