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The Worst Prison Health Screw-up in State History

I spoke with a reporter from The Guardian about Corcoran State Prison and our experience with the recent COVID19 outbreak. The above is a clip from the article that was written about the massive prison health screw up that led … Continue reading

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Sean’s COVID19 Experience In Prison: Letters

Letters written by Sean O’BrienĀ  June 22, 2020: I tested negative for COVID19 on June 19th. I am anxious to get my cellmate’s test results back so I can call my wife. I cannot believe they are doing this to … Continue reading

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Sean’s COVID-19 Experience Inside Prison!

By Sean O’Brien June 2020, typed by Emelia O’Brien On June 4th, 2020 I tested positive for COVID19. Wrongfully convicted and trapped in prison, it only seems fitting that I got Corona virus. There is nothing that I would have … Continue reading

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Sean’s Birthday during COVID-19

  Sean’s Birthday was on June 2, 2020. This was during a time of the deadly COVID19 pandemic and worldwide protests of the murder of George Floyd. It was a time of unrest and global shift. Tensions were and still … Continue reading

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Family Visit 18: love and fear

Feb 26-28 2020 I got out of Family Visit and started my drive home at about 10 am and made it home by 3:30 pm. This photo is from the rest stop along the way, the trees are blooming. Looks … Continue reading

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DVI 4: Shocking Conditions

This is the fourth post Sean has written about his experience at Tracy Reception Center (Deuel Vocational Institution) in 2006. DVI has a long-standing reputation for being violent and dangerous, Sean was housed there for a brief period shortly after … Continue reading

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Another holiday

I would like to personally thank you, Mr. David Nickerson for telling us all Sean would be home by Christmas. I’d like to thank you for the feeling of emptiness that comes with telling everyone this joyous news and then … Continue reading

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