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DVI 2: The Nightmare

This is the second post about Sean has written about his experience at Tracy Reception Center (Duel Vocational Institution) in 2006. DVI has a long-standing reputation for being violent and dangerous. Read his first post: DVI 1:Welcome to Tracy Eventually … Continue reading

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Prison Cell Layout

Layout and writing by Sean November 2018

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Family Visit 3: Christmas

“I cannot stop thinking about our time together. Sometimes it feels as if I am not even here; I am still with my wife, away from this place. When we are together at Family Visit I let go of this … Continue reading

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breaking down

When Sean first got transferred to Corcoran State Prison from Calipatria in early summer 2013 it seemed like a pretty well run facility. The way he described it seemed OK as far as prisons go. Nothing major to complain about. … Continue reading

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12 Years

  written by Sean O’Brien¬† 2/28/2015 This March marks 12 full¬† years that I have been wrongfully incarcerated. My freedom was stolen from me at 16 years old, now I am 28 and still in prison for a crime I … Continue reading

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