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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 8:09 pm 
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Colo. female inmates allege sexual abuse
7 February 2011

DENVER (UPI) -- Female inmates are suing Colorado's Department of Corrections, saying they have been subjected to repeated acts of sexual abuse by male corrections officers.

The lawsuit filed in federal court alleges the department harbors an "overt culture of sexual abuse" by guards and has turned a blind eye to it, The Denver Post reported Monday.

The suit against the department, filed by 10 female inmates last month, claims in more than a dozen instances at two prisons -- the Denver Women's Correctional Facility and the since-closed privately run Brush Correctional Facility -- officers forced women to perform sex acts on them.

If the women did not submit, officers would threaten to have them "written up" or to make life hard for them, the lawsuit claims. "This conduct amounts to deliberate indifference to the rights of inmates," the lawsuit says.

Katherine Sanguinetti, a Corrections Department spokeswoman, said the department would not comment on ongoing litigation. Department officials have a zero-tolerance policy regarding sexual misconduct by corrections officers, she said.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:58 pm 
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10 February 2011

Prison bosses have confiscated more than 280 phones from cons after gay porn movies shot on mobiles by inmates become an internet sensation in Romania.

A spokesman for Slobozia jail on the Romanian Black Sea coast said: "The main actors used the phones to film themselves and then again to set up social networking accounts to do their own publicity."

Source: Austrian Times.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 5:46 pm 
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27 February 2011

A Swiss prison official praised for her "human approach" to inmates has been sacked after she was caught during a sex session with a prisoner in a laundry storeroom, claim local media.

Lilly Fransen disappeared suddenly from her post as department head at Pöschwies Prison in Regensdorf, Switzerland.

Now a former inmate has told Swiss newspaper SonntagsBlick she quit after she was discovered romping with an inmate, said to be one of many lovers in the jail. Prison officials have refused to comment on the report.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:23 pm 
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Married prison chaplain, 44, jailed for eight months after she has sex with inmate
15th March 2011

A prison chaplain has been jailed for eight months after having a sexual relationship with an inmate.

Married mother-of-two Jade Watson, 44, smuggled alcohol and muscle-building energy bars into Winchester Prison, Hants, for an inmate with whom she had sex. The Christian chaplain met Daniel Thornton while working at the jail for the Church Army - an evangelical Church of England group, Winchester Crown Court heard

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Jade Watson also smuggled a phone, vodka and Maximuscle Cyclone bars into Winchester Prison (pictured) for Daniel Thornton

The couple had sex in January 2010 after Thornton was released from prison. But she then smuggled in vodka and Maximuscle Cyclone energy bars when he was returned to jail between May and December 2010, the hearing on Friday was told. Watson claimed she was blackmailed into doing it after she was persuaded to text a photo of herself in her underwear to his mobile phone.

Her husband Peter, who is also a Church Army member, is standing by her. He refused to comment on the case today. Watson pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office after admitting keeping a mobile phone in the chaplaincy for Thornton and bringing him the alcohol and energy bars.

Prosecutor Oliver Wellings said: 'She had a sexual relationship with Mr Thornton and she accepted she brought in a number of items on his behalf. Prison staff in particular know the dangers of people ringing mobile phones - a major threat to security in prison. The defendant is of good character, but she abused that position of trust.'

Susan Ridge, mitigating, said that the defendant had sex with Thornton on one occasion in January 2010, after she had too much to drink. She said: 'Mrs Watson, who had not drunk any alcohol for 15 years, was pressurised into having a drink and having had a drink had another and did something that she greatly regrets. That then leaves her in a position where she is vulnerable to suggestions that Thornton and another prisoner makes to bring food stuff and a small quantity of alcohol in. She is very much aware that she has let herself down and she has let the Church Army down. She is aware she was in a position of trust and she has breached that. She has lost not only her job, she has lost her position with the Church Army, her licence has been withdrawn, she has lost all the standing within the community. What she has left is her family and her faith - she hopes that will stand her in good stead to face the punishment she will now receive.'

Judge Keith Cutler, Recorder of Winchester, told Watson: 'It's great sadness to anyone to hear this story. You knew as a chaplain you were there not only to befriend and guide and assist but also you had the training and you knew the boundaries. You shouldn't be in the dock. You should be out doing the work you have been called to do. I hope this case will not bring the chaplaincy into disrepute. Chaplaincies in prison are certainly a very special calling.'

The court heard that Watson, from Andover, Hants, turned to evangelical Christianity after she married. After completing her training in 2007 she worked as an evangelist at Winchester, where she met current and former inmates and helped them face up to their problems and take responsibility for their lives. She was involved with Bringing Hope, Living Hope, a Church Army initiative aimed at the poorest and most vulnerable.

In a statement, the Church Army said: 'We take this matter extremely seriously, and as well as withdrawing her commission as a Church Army officer she has been dismissed from Church Army's employment for gross misconduct. The Bishop of Winchester has also withdrawn her licence to operate as an evangelist in the prison as it was limited to her employment with the Church Army. Church Army acted swiftly to suspend Jade Watson's commission as soon as she was arrested. During this suspension her licence from the Bishop of Winchester ceased to be valid.'

Church Army chief executive Mark Russell said: 'I am really saddened that Jade's ministry should come to an end in these circumstances. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.'

A Prison Service spokesman would only confirm that Watson had been jailed after 'she was discovered in an inappropriate relationship with a prisoner'. He declined to comment further.

Source: Daily Mail UK.

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US rights groups say prison rape rules not enough
29 March 2011

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Activist groups said Tuesday a new government effort aimed at stopping prison rape fails to adequately address the problem of more than 200,000 sexual assaults in US detention facilities.

At a news conference on the issue, Cynthia Totten of the rights group Just Detention International said the administration of President Barack Obama has "watered down" the recommendations of the National Prison Rape Elimination Commission, which was established in 2003 and made its final report in 2009.

Pat Nolan, a member of the commission who is also vice chairman of the volunteer group Prison Fellowship, disputed claims that the recommendations are too costly to implement. Nolan said the Department of Justice plans would "significantly weaken the standards that will hold prison officials accountable for eliminating rapes in their prison."

Critics of the new rules say the government removed limits on cross-gender pat searches and viewing of inmates using the toilet or shower — situations that can often lead to sexual assaults.

Jesselyn McCurdy of the American Civil Liberties Union said that under these guidelines, victim often "have to report to the very person they have been assaulted by."

The protests come at the end of a public comment period for new rules being proposed by the Justice Department to implement the commission's recommendations.

A recent survey by the Justice Department noted some 216,000 rapes and sexual assaults in 2008 in corrections facilities, including 17,000 in juvenile detention centers. The numbers were well above the figures for complaints filed.

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Australian study tames sex-behind-bars myths
April 23, 2011

Sydney (dpa) — It is a myth that Australia's prisons are rife with sexual assault and that being behind bars turns straight men gay, news reports said Saturday.

Only 7 per cent of male prisoners reported any sex with another inmate and almost all of it was consensual. Female prisoners were far more active, with 36 per cent of them reporting sex — and, again, force was rarely involved.

'Sexual coercion was a rare event in prisons — and it seems to be getting rarer,' University of New South Wales researcher Basil Donovan was quoted as saying in the Daily Telegraph. He and his team interviewed 2,397 inmates in 42 Australian jails. A third said that before being incarcerated they had feared sexual assault when they were put away.

Donovan found that for many, prison turned out to be a safer place than being free, with only 2.5 per cent of male prisoners and 3.9 per cent of female prisoners reporting that they had been forced or frightened into unwanted sexual activity. 'With 60 per cent of women and 13 per cent of the men reporting sexual coercion, including rape, prior to their imprisonment, our evidence suggests that these people are at less risk of sexual coercion and rape inside prison than outside,' Donovan said.

He found that over 60 per cent of male prisoners disapproved of homosexuality. 'Male prisons are very homophobic environments,' he said. Of the 26 men who said they were homosexuals, 10 said they had not had sex in prison.

Professor Tony Butler, co-author of the study, said that because prisons were not gay-friendly, homosexual men often refrained from sex completely. 'They tend to go back into the closet. It's not worth being out,' he said.

Source: Monsters and Critics / dpa.

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Locked Up Lothario

Inmate got sex, favors from five female prison workers
15 March 2010

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The Montana inmate is not letting a 25-year prison sentence interfere with his love life, according to state correction officials. An investigation has determined that Murphy, 36, convinced at least five female prison employees to have sex with him, provide contraband, or grant him illegal favors.

A Montana Department of Corrections investigative report, first obtained by the Associated Press, details Murphy's manipulating ways and the sway he held over several guards and a clinical therapist. The corrections probe targeted prison employees, not Murphy, since Montana law states that inmates, like minors, cannot legally consent to sexual activity. Murphy, whose rap sheet includes theft, forgery, burglary, and criminal endangerment collars, is pictured in the mug shot at left.

According to investigative reports, which we've excerpted here, Murphy targeted certain women in a charm offensive whose goal was securing sex or favors. Therapist Killian Thomas told investigators that Murphy 'kissed me one day in my office and I just thought what the fuck did I just do.' She then told of engaging in mutual oral sex with Murphy in her office, and giving him about $400. 'I couldn't say no to him,' said Thomas. 'I couldn't get myself out of it.'

Guard Lisa Mantz, who told of 'swapping spit' with 'Murph,' admitted writing the convict a letter in which she said that 'I couldn't wait to screw him, fuck him, ride his dick. Shannon Davies, a guard who resigned her job during the corrections probe, copped to developing a 'limited emotional attachment' to Murphy, to whom she sent a greeting card with the notation, 'I'm in love with you.'

Murphy is being held at the Dawson County Correctional Facility in Glendive, about 20 miles from the North Dakota border.

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Girl says she was held, raped in Brazil men's jail
19 September 2011
By JULIANA BARBASSA

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A 14-year-old girl has told police she was held and raped for four days by inmates after being taken inside a men's prison in northern Brazil.

The girl escaped early Saturday and sought help from a jail guard, who took her to the police, said Fabiano Amazonas, head of the juvenile division of police in Para state. The director of Heleno Fragoso prison and 19 other people working there between Friday night and Saturday morning have been fired, Aycha Nunes, spokeswoman for the Para prison system, said. The decision became official Monday.

The teenager has testified she was drugged, beaten and taken by a woman along with two other teenagers into the prison, which is 26 miles (42 kilometers) from the state capital, Belem. Amazonas said he believes the girl was taken into the prison by someone intending to charge prisoners money to have sex with her. "She said she was abused by several inmates inside the prison, but managed to escape," he said.

Investigators are trying to determine who took the teenager into the prison, who allowed her entry, who participated in the alleged assault, and whether there were other girls involved. On Saturday, the girl was handed over to the police's juvenile division, where she testified. She was also taken to a hospital so she could be examined for evidence, Amazonas said. The girl was then housed in a shelter.

The state's governor, Simao Jatene, ordered a wall built around the prison to increase security, according to a press statement issued Monday. The penitentiary works on a semi-open regimen, with inmates free to leave during the day. There is no fence, and the back of the building is surrounded by jungle. The federal prosecutor's office in Belem said it has started an administrative investigation to learn where the system failed and prevent cases like this from happening again. "The facts show a violation of human dignity, a disrespect of the basic rights of this child, a serious violation of human rights," said the regional federal prosecutor for civil rights, Alan Mansur Silva.

It is not the first case of a girl allegedly being abused inside a men's prison in Para state. In 2007, a teenage girl arrested on petty theft charges was locked up in a jail cell with 21 men for nearly a month in Abaetetuba, a city of 78,000 people outside Belem. She was forced to have sex with them in exchange for food and was released only after her case was reported by local media. The case shocked Brazilians, and then-Gov. Ana Julia Carepa told the Associated Press at the time that the practice of locking women up with men, while illegal, was not uncommon. Carepa also said she was aware of the "unfortunate practice" of putting young women in cells with men purposely for the male prisoners' sexual gratification. Carepa then said this wouldn't be allowed to happen again.

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Brit Prisoner's jail sex ordeal
14 October 2011

A British businessman accused of being part of an international car insurance scam has had an appeal to be released from jail turned down by judges in Bucharest, Romania.

Lee Wilkins — being held for 29 days pending a police investigation — told the court he'd been beaten and sexually molested by other inmates.

But judges ordered he should continue to be detained while police investigate allegations of his part in a plot to sell luxury cars and then claim they'd been stolen.

Source: Romanian Times.

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Interview: Steven Russell on infamy, escaping prison and Phillip Morris
by Laurence Watts
21 October 2011

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Steven Russell pictured in 1997 (Photo: George Hixson)

Steven Russell was originally imprisoned for fraud. Four successful, non-violent, love-fuelled prison-escapes later and he has achieved infamy. His life is immortalised in the film ‘I Love You Phillip Morris’, in which he is portrayed by Jim Carrey.

He is currently serving a 144-year sentence in a Texas Department of Criminal Justice facility. Laurence Watts interviewed him by exchange of letters.

Moviegoers love a good crime flick. We love a good chase and we love to watch hapless police being given the run-around by criminals and conmen. We especially love it when these words appear on screen: based on a true story. Hollywood knows this. Thus, Phil Collins played Great Train Robber Buster Edwards in the 1988 film Buster and Leonardo DiCaprio played forger and impersonator Frank Abagnale in the 2002 film Catch Me If You Can. What was different about Jim Carrey’s decision to play fraudster and escape artist Steven Russell in 2010’s I Love You Phillip Morris was his character’s sexuality: Steven Russell is gay, on screen and in real life. How involved was he with the movie?

“Not at all,” he tells me. “Phillip was involved extensively. He was released in November 2003. Ewan McGregor spent a few days with him at his home in Arkansas. I’ve only seen bits of the movie during media interviews, but from what I’ve seen the movie looks awesome. After the film was released my mail increased from about five or six letters a month to thousands.”

Russell’s infamy began on March 13th 1992 when he escaped from Harris County Jail, Houston, Texas. When Russell had been sentenced a month earlier he knew that if he remained in prison he would never again see his lover, Jim Kemple, alive. Kemple had AIDS.

“Keep in mind that Texas was asking me to serve ten years for insurance fraud, another six months for passport fraud and Virginia wanted 90 days of jail time from me for theft,” says Russell. “By the time I was to get out of prison, Jim would be dead.”

Russell decided to escape. He studiously observed the prison’s guards, acquired a t-shirt and some red sweat pants and stole a Walkie Talkie. When the time was right he changed out of his prison jumpsuit, into his new clothes, walked past the prison guards, into the visitors’ area and out through the front door.

“My first escape worked because I used that portable police radio to tap on the window of the guard’s picket. The guards thought I was an undercover police officer. It was such an adrenaline rush. Those first moments of freedom felt amazing. Best of all I knew I would get to see and take care of Jimmy. He lived another 26 months after my escape.”

Russell and Kemple fled to Mexico City, only returning to America because of money issues and Kemple’s health. Russell spent two years on the run with Kemple, caring for him as his health deteriorated. Eventually the police tracked Russell down in Philadelphia. He was back in custody. Kemple died a few weeks later, which devastated Russell.

In the spring of the following year, 1995, Russell met Phillip Morris in the prison law library. Morris was serving time for automobile-related theft. They fell in love. By the end of the year they were both paroled and set about building a life together. Eager to provide for Morris, Russell falsified his resume and got a job as the CFO of a health management organisation called NAMM. During the four months he worked for them, in early 1996, he stole $800,000. Why wasn’t going straight an option for him?

“The HMOs put Jim and I through hell during his illness,” says Russell. “They wouldn’t cover the cost of certain treatments. At NAMM I watched executives badger their medical directors to put pressure on network physicians to get patients out of the hospital as soon as possible because otherwise it would affect their bonus. That got my revenge genes all greased up. I decided to make NAMM pay for their deeds as well as the other HMO’s deeds towards Jimmy.”

Russell was back in jail at the end of May 1996. Pending trial and facing a 45-year sentence for theft, his bail was initially set at $900,000. Russell decided 45 years was simply too long to serve. Impersonating a judge, he called the district clerk’s office and reduced his bail amount to $45,000. Once free on bail, he fled. It was his second escape. Three days later however he’d been caught and was back in jail.

His third escape happened five months later when he again walked out the prison’s front door. This time he was dressed as a doctor, having dyed a white pair of prison scrubs green using water and Magic Marker pens. He and Phillip fled to Mississippi, but were arrested within ten days.

Russell’s fourth and final escape was his most audacious. He falsified his medical records, lost a huge amount of weight and faked the symptoms of late stage AIDS. Believing he was about to die the authorities admitted him to a hospice near San Antonio on special needs parole in March 1998. Next, Russell called the hospice from an internal phone, impersonating a doctor specialising in experimental AIDS treatment. He had himself taken away from the centre to take part in the fictitious treatment and later declared himself dead. He was free. Did he feel bad about the fraud? After all, his former lover died of AIDS.

“No,” says Russell. “In Texas, an escape from custody can be prevented using deadly force. An escape will never be successful unless you use the least intrusive means of escaping. I viewed the AIDS blast of 1998 as the safest way for everyone involved to accomplish my goal of escaping.”

Since Russell is once again behind bars it goes without saying that he was recaptured. He was caught because he refused to let go of something law officials could track: Phillip Morris. Because of his track record Russell is now kept in what is effectively solitary confinement. It wasn’t always like this for him. What is prison generally like for gay men?

“It’s not easy being in prison if you’re gay,” says Russell. “If you aren’t willing to fight, it’s going to be hell. The vultures, who consider themselves straight, are going to try and have sex with someone who is openly gay.”

I mention Britain’s Kray twins, both of who spent more than 25 years in prison for racketeering. While Ronnie Kray was openly bisexual before his imprisonment, his twin Reggie reportedly started having relationships with men only after many years in prison. Can prison change someone’s sexuality?

“No,” answers Russell. “I happen to believe that if a man has sex with another man in prison then he is either gay or bisexual. Coming to prison did nothing to change his sexual proclivity.”

Catch Me If You Can’s Frank Abagnale served just five years in jail. He was released on condition he assist federal authorities counter the types of forging he had perpetrated. Would Russell consider a similar deal consulting on prison security?

“I think it would be an excellent career,” he says. “However prison officials think they know everything and would never accept advice from an ex-con. That’s why you’ve never heard of it happening.”

With no further escapes in the last 13 years, the additional security Russell is now placed under might be said to be working. It is however hard to see what danger he still poses to society. Does he hold out any hope that he might one day be released?

“It’s not something I spend much time focusing on,” he says. “Don’t take that to mean that I’m a negative person. I just realise the odds are against me. The folks who run this state took what I’ve done personal. Right now though, I’m doing just fine without all of the drama my prior life afforded me.”

Source: PinkNews.

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Couple Faces Criminal Raps For Sex On City Bus
25 October 2011

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A Pennsylvania couple is facing an assortment of criminal charges for having sex on a city bus, carnal activity that was captured by the vehicle’s surveillance camera.

According to a police criminal complaint, Amanda Confer, 24, boarded the bus on a Friday afternoon in late-August. She was “accompanied by her infant daughter,” a detective reported. Also riding the bus through Montoursville that day were “Pre-release inmates” Randell Peterson and Joshua Schill. The men were part of a work release program that allows inmates to come and go from the county jail at specified times.

Investigators allege that Confer and Peterson, 32, sat next to each other in the rear of the bus, with Schill sitting in front of them. Before the illicit action commenced, however, Confer “turned over her infant daughter” to Schill, who apparently served as babysitter/lookout during the subsequent rendezvous. In short order, Confer and Peterson (pictured in the above mug shots) moved from hugging and kissing to oral sex (which was provided by Confer). “After a couple of minutes of oral sex,” Detective Alberto Diaz reported, Confer “lowered her underwear” and, “upon sitting on” Peterson’s lap, “both defendants proceeded to have sexual intercourse for several minutes.” Shortly after the tryst ended, Peterson and Schill exited the bus together, while Confer continued to ride on with her daughter.

Since the “aforementioned acts were captured by surveillance equipment,” investigators were able to identify Confer and Peterson as suspects. In an interview late last month with a Lycoming County detective, Confer copped to the bus sex. During a September 30 interview at the county jail, Peterson also confessed to the illegal automotive interlude.

Confer and Peterson were charged earlier this month with conspiracy, indecent exposure, open lewdness, and disorderly conduct. They are scheduled for a November 4 preliminary hearing in Magisterial District Court.

On her Facebook page, Confer refers to herself as “Randel’s Wifey.” She also notes that, with regard to the jailed Peterson, “need my boo so fckin bad god i miss him SO much.”

Source: The Smoking Gun.

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French prison governor and prisoner 'had sex in computer room'
by John Lichfield
Wednesday 15 February 2012

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Emma Arbabzadeh and Florent Goncalves

A young, reforming prison governor and a female prisoner who “fell in love” and had sex in the jail computer room appeared in court in France today.

The ex-lovers sat side-by-side in the dock in Versailles but scarcely looked at one another. The couple tried to renew their relationship when the young woman left prison in September but rapidly split up. The couple, whose story caused a great scandal in France last January, face possible jail sentences. The public prosecutor asked last night for a two year sentence against the young woman and one year against the prison governor.

The young woman, Emma Arbabzadeh, 23, was jailed in 2008 for acting as the “bait”, at the age of 17, for the kidnap, torture and murder of a young Jewish businessman by a youth gang called “The Barbarians”. The governor, Florent Goncalves, 43, was the youngest jail chief in France, promoted from the ranks for his successful, liberal approach to prison reform.

Mr Goncalves, who has been dismissed from the prison service and has broken up with his wife, was accused of smuggling mobile-phone chips and money to his lover in prison. She was accused of receiving them. In a book to be published today, Mr Goncalves, says that “unlikely as it sounds, we genuinely fell in love with another. It was quite sincere on both sides…Despite all the suffering and damage that it caused, I have no regrets”.

The public prosecutor, Naima Rudolf, said yesterday: “This is far from an ordinary boy meets girl story. He was the prison governor and she was an inmate.”

According to Mr Goncalves’ book, the couple fell in love while he was teaching Ms Arbabzadeh to use the computer system at a semi-open men and women’s prison in Versailles. He said that they twice had sex in the prison computer room before other inmates blew the whistle to the authorities. The couple met several time after Ms Arbabzadeh left prison last year but “I never felt she was really with me”, he wrote. “We came back together, broke up again…before deciding to go our separate ways.”

The court was expected to delay judgement and sentence.

Source: The Independent UK.

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The grim truth of being gay in prison

The myth is that prison is a gay man's paradise. The reality is a choice of either rape and abuse or enslavement as a 'prison ho'

by Sadhbh Walshe
Wednesday 7 March 2012

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The exercise yard at Chino state prison, California. Photograph: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

In 1984, when Calvin Burdine was awaiting sentencing for allegedly stabbing his gay lover to death, the prosecuting attorney encouraged the jury in his closing remarks to award Burdine the death penalty, rather than life in prison, on the grounds that sending a gay man to prison was akin to sending a kid to a candy store. After 17 minutes of deliberation, the jury obliged and sentenced Burdine to die. His death sentence was later overturned (mostly because Burdine's public defender had slept through much of his trial), but the homophobic thinking – that prison is some kind of paradise for gay men – lingers on.

The reality of life in prison for homosexuals and transgender individuals does not appear to reflect this myth. One young man named Rodney, imprisoned for fraud and check-forging, sent me a detailed account of his life so far in prison. He described a litany of brutal rapes, assaults, beatings and, eventually, the total abandonment of his male identity as his only means of survival in the hyper-masculine and often homophobic prison environment. His account suggests that far from being a paradise, prison for gay men can be a living hell.

Within days of his first entering prison, the 23-year-old Rodney claimed he was the victim of three separate sexual assaults, involving five different inmates. The prison he was first sent to did actually have a separate tier for gay inmates, but according to Rodney, because he did not "appear overly effeminate" during his classification, he was placed with the general population; and because it was supposedly rare to have a gay person slip through the cracks of the system, his fellow inmates took full advantage.

"My first week or so in general population was hell on earth. Physical, mental and emotional torture. After being raped, I performed acts by request. It was understood and expected. I had no means to protect myself, being only 23 and scared for my life. I dared not report anything because I was clearly warned that my life would be in jeopardy should I do so. I quickly learned that a snitch is a worse label than a fag. Against popular opinion, jail is not heaven for a homosexual. Nothing is heaven about being intimidated into performing sexual acts. It is also rape, just like the three forcible rapes were. True enough, I am attracted to men and always have been, but in life [outside], it's my choice whom I share a bed with; it's intimate and personal. Having my mouth and anus aggressively penetrated by several strangers is anything but."

He went on to report how one of his rapists took a fancy to him and "purchased" him from the tier rep for $20. Even though he was thereby essentially enslaved by his new "prison husband", he was grateful – because his days of "being the communal bitch were over". He said he tried to do whatever his prison husband wanted or needed, including cleaning his cell, washing his clothes, preparing his food, and whatever else his "husband" wanted or needed, including, of course, being available for sex – because "he did what I wanted and needed – kept other inmates off me."

As time wore on and "husbands" came and went, Rodney perfected the art of being a "prison ho", as his only means of surviving intact. This involved establishing a female name and identity, learning how to speak when spoken to, "respect his man" and emasculating himself to the point where he could not stand while urinating. There is nothing about the experience that could be considered enjoyable.

"I've heard before that 'jail is a faggot's dream.' I assure you that cliché is not the case. Gay men who do not attempt to hide their sexuality are forced into passive and submissive roles. To live with some standard of equality, we have to trade in our manhood. We are completely emasculated. It's a form of technical castration. The role of woman is forced upon us and any rebuttal is considered a sign of disrespect. My way of thinking about myself and my sexuality has been permanently altered."

It's difficult to assess how typical Rodney's prison experience is, but numerous studies conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, based on anonymous inmate surveys, have shown that gay and transgender inmates are among the most targeted groups for sexual victimization. Until fairly recently, little has been done to help them. Just Detention International (JDI), an organization whose aim is to eradicate prison rape (pdf), is trying to change that.

JDI has been working with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to establish "sensitive needs yards" (pdf), where gay, transgender and other vulnerable inmates can serve out their time in safety. Several prisons operated by the CDCR have now established sensitive needs yard with some success, and the JDI is hoping that other states will adopt this model.

In the meantime, prisoners like Rodney have been forced to make their peace with their "prison ho" fate.

"I've grown to realize that I am a man and being a prison ho is an act."

It is not, however, an act that Rodney or any other inmate should be forced to perform.

Source: Guardian UK.

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A true horror story: The abuse of teenage boys in a detention centre

The prison service and police knew of his interest in young boys. So how did Neville Husband get away – for decades – with the horrific abuse of teenagers in his care?

by Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone
Friday 13 April 2012

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Kevin Young: ‘It was the worst of the worst. I thought I was going to be killed.’ Photograph: Gary Calton for the Guardian

"My name's Kevin Raymond Young and I'm 52 years old." There's something desperate about the way Young says it, as if he's clinging to the wreckage of his identity. Young was 17 when he was sent to Medomsley detention centre in County Durham. He'd already had a tough life – taken into care at two, sexually and physically abused by those who were meant to look after him – but this was something different. As soon as he starts to tell his story, he's in tears.

His experience of Medomsley in 1977 has shaped, or disfigured, his life ever since. He was convicted of receiving stolen property – a watch his brother had given him; the first he had owned. The police asked if he knew where it had come from. No, he said. Could it possibly have been stolen, they asked. He thought about it – well, yes, possibly. He was sentenced to three months' detention.

The morning after he arrived at Medomsley, Young was lining up for breakfast when he was picked out of the queue by Neville Husband, the officer who ran the kitchen. Young later discovered that Husband had asked for his file – he wanted to know everything about him; most importantly, whether he had family who were likely to visit him. Young was one of a handful of new inmates sent to work in the kitchen with Husband.

"There are two things that are important to successfully sexually abuse somebody," Young says. "By successful, I mean without being prosecuted. One, anonymity or silence – if you can't carry out your act without people knowing, you're not going to be at it very long. The second thing you need is a victim who's 'reliable'; a reliable victim is someone who's already been abused to the point where, if they do speak out, who on Earth is going to believe them? And who on Earth is going to believe Kevin Young, the pauper's son, who has been in and out of care, who's a knife-wielding thug, a bully?" That is how a number of care home reports described Young, but he insists he was a quiet, over-obedient boy. "The truth is, nobody would have believed me."

Abuse might be too mild a word for what Husband did to Young over the next two months. "I was raped repeatedly, tied up and ligatured [around the neck]. It was the worst of the worst." That day after Young arrived, Husband took him to a storeroom above the kitchens that he had converted into a lounge. He locked the door, took out the key and stuffed the keyhole with tissues. "I thought I was going to be killed," Young says. "I was told by Husband that you could easily be found hanged at Medomsley, and that that year, six boys had already hanged themselves."

Young insists there wasn't just the one man abusing him. "He was so sure of himself that he was able to take me out of the prison against my will and to his private house just outside the prison gates. He was married with one child. In his house I was blindfolded, ligatured and made to lie on the stairs. Then three or four others raped me as well. I could see them from the bottom of the blindfold. A rope was put round my neck and turned till I passed out. Husband was an expert at it. He was a big, stocky, powerful man."

Perhaps the most horrifying aspect of the Neville Husband story is that the detention centre, the prison service and the police all knew of his interest in boys. In 1969, eight years before Young was jailed, Husband was arrested at Portland borstal in Dorset and charged with importing pornography. The material seized included sado-masochistic images involving teenage boys.

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The Medomsley detention centre is now closed

Astonishingly, the charges were dropped. Husband admitted showing the material to boys in his care, but argued that he was interested in child pornography only because he was conducting research into homosexuality. Details of that arrest were written on top of his employment record and went with him throughout his career. He moved to Medomsley, the smallest detention centre in the country, where he abused boys aged between 16 and 19 until he was moved 16 years later. From accounts given by victims and former staff, he may have abused boys every day of his tenure there.

Dr Elie Godsi, a former senior psychologist for the Home Office, gave evidence in the civil action brought by Young and other victims. "This is one of the worst cases of sexual abuse I have come across in 17 years of working for the Home Office, and with some of the most prolific sex offenders in the country," he said.

Today, more than 40 years since Husband started abusing teenage boys, more and more damaged men are coming forward to reveal how he ruined their lives. Some have been paid compensation, but they say that's not enough. They want to know how he was allowed to get away with it for so many years, and why the police and colleagues in the prison system failed to notice his abuse or act on their suspicions.

Kevin Young came out of Medomsley on 17 June 1977, a day before his 18th birthday, and went straight to Consett police station, the nearest to the centre. "I explained to the officer that I'd just been released from Medomsley, where I'd been subjected to a constant series of assaults by one of the officers and others I couldn't identify. I showed him the marks on my neck where I'd been ligatured the night before. I was told it was a criminal offence to make such allegations against a prison officer because I was on licence. They were basically threatening to take me back to Medomsley, so I scattered pretty quick."

After that, Young did his best to block Medomsley from his mind. He tried not to think about it, never told anyone about it, and got on with his life. After a short stint in the punk rock group the Angelic Upstarts, he became a successful businessman, owning 22 cafes and a number of furniture stores. By 1996, he says, he was worth close on £2m and was running a security firm with his girlfriend.

One night they were chasing a couple of store robbers in the centre of York, where Young now lived, when he skidded into a man of the church near York Minster. "He was there with his full carry-on, his big hat and all his gear. When I banged him in the chest, it knocked the wind out of him, and as I was falling backwards, his spit was coming down on me. I looked up and there he was. And in that split second I was back 20 years ago, with him on top of me."

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Neville Husband

Since leaving the prison service, Husband had trained and qualified as a minister. The shock of seeing him after all this time sent Young into meltdown. He collapsed. "There were people lifting me up, saying, 'Are you all right?' and my girlfriend was shouting, 'What are you doing? We need to be going. There's a chase on.' I was just frozen. I didn't know where I was."

How could he be so sure it was Husband after all that time? "Course I knew it was him. I could taste him." What does he mean? "He spat all over me and humiliated me. He opened my mouth and spat into it time and time again." Young breaks down again. "It was horrendous. Off he trotted and I'm left in the middle of York with my girlfriend shouting, 'What are you doing?' I walked off and wandered about for four hours while my radio was going, 'Where are you going? Where are you?" He's shaking and weeping, and stops for a cigarette.

Young cracked up. He started to drink and became addicted to drugs, spending £1,250 a week on cocaine. He sold the business for a third of its value to subsidise his habit, lost his girlfriend, lost his house, lost everything. Once the memory he'd blocked for 20 years returned, he could think of nothing else. He moved into a barn in the middle of nowhere, spoke to no one and gave up on life.

Two years after he had come across Husband again, the police tracked down Young to a bedsit he was then living in and pushed a note through the door asking if he'd give evidence about abuse that had happened at St Camillus, a home where he had been abused before Medomsley. For months he ignored them, but eventually he agreed to talk. He told the police that what had happened at St Camillus was bad, but there was worse. "I said let me tell you a true horror story, and I rattled off what had happened to me at Medomsley. About three weeks later, a chief inspector came to my door and said, 'We've been after Neville Husband for years.'" Husband had recently been the subject of complaints about abuse of boys and girls in his congregation while working as a minster at two churches in Gateshead, but the parents involved had not wanted to pursue the matter. When his office was later raided, sex aids were found in his drawers and child pornography on his computer.

Young was taken to a safe house in York, where he was shown a film on an 8mm projector. "The film showed a young boy about 16-17 with a rubber thing across his head, being choked. And they asked me, who do you think it is there?" Again, his voice breaks and he takes a few seconds to compose himself. "And I said, 'I don't need to tell you who I think it is.' It was me. So I had to sit down and watch 40 minutes of me being… He'd made films of many of his victims. Ccccrrrrrrrr…" Young imitates the sound of the projector. "When I was being assaulted, I could hear that. Remember the old wind-ups? Half my pain comes from listening to crrrrrrrrrrr."

Young's willingness to give evidence against Husband led to his arrest. It should have been a cathartic moment, a vindication, but it wasn't. If the police had known about Husband for years, why had nothing been done? After all, they had evidence of his obsession with child pornography dating back decades, and Young had reported the abuse 22 years earlier. Young is convinced the police had held on to the film for 14 years without doing anything about it. "I believe the films and photographs were taken from the property of Neville Husband in 1985," he says.

That's the year the police raided Medomsley and arrested Husband's friend Leslie Johnson, a storeman at the detention centre. Johnson was later convicted of abusing a young inmate, Mark Park, who, he said, had been "given to him" by Husband. Park told police that Husband had also abused him, but they took no action. Years later, at Husband's trial, Park named several officers at Medomsley who, he said, had made comments to him about Husband abusing him and other boys. A former officer at Medomsley told the court, "Staff knew something was going on between Husband and the boys." Another former officer said Husband used to keep a boy behind in the kitchen at night and "we always used to feel sorry for that boy". Park himself was later convicted of a rape unrelated to Medomsley. He is now serving a life sentence.

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... continued previous post.

Husband left Medomsley shortly after Johnson's arrest and moved to Frankland, a high-security adult jail near Durham. When staff at Medomsley searched his drawers and lockers, they found pornographic material and sex aids. Husband was to continue working in the prison service for another five years. He requested a move to Deerbolt, a young offenders institution, where it is alleged he abused inmates again. He eventually moved back to Frankland, from where he was medically discharged in 1990. On his retirement, managers at Frankland put him forward for the Imperial Service Medal, writing, "Husband has served with diligence and fidelity and should be recommended for the award."

In 2003, Husband was finally convicted of sexually abusing five young male inmates between 1974 and 1984, after pleading not guilty. Sentencing him to eight years in prison, Judge Cockroft said, "Your victims were young detainees who you chose to work for you in the kitchen so that you could abuse them. There you caused them to submit to your unwelcome attentions. This was a gross breach of trust. You, and others like you, caused their damaged personalities. Until now, they thought no one would believe them."



In 2005, Husband's sentence was increased to 10 years after new victims came forward and he admitted to attacks on four more boys. In 2007, the Crown Prosecution Service announced it would not be charging Husband over an allegation that he went on to abuse a boy in Deerbolt because it would "not be in the public interest".

There has never been a public inquiry into Medomsley, despite the scale of abuse, nor did the prison service hold an inquiry into how Husband's abuse continued for so long. James Millar Reid was governor at Medomsley from 1976 to 1978, which covers the time when Kevin Young was abused. At the beginning of September 2000, he was visited by detectives from Durham, who were investigating Husband. A few days after the visit, he went missing and his body was found in a wood in Stelling Minnis, near Canterbury. The inquest was held in February 2001 and an open verdict was returned. The cause of death recorded was "Unascertainable" as the body was badly decomposed.

Some senior figures who worked at Medomsley are reluctant to talk about their time at the detention centre. Tim Newell, a well-known liberal thinker within the prison establishment, was the governor from 1979 to 1981, when Husband was regularly abusing boys in his charge. According to David McClure, a former officer at Medomsley, who gave evidence at Husband's trial, Newell "thought very highly of Husband". McClure said search teams were banned from the kitchen on the orders of management, but that there were always strong rumours that Husband was sexually abusing boys who were working in the kitchen. "There was general knowledge about this – among staff and boys in the centre," he said. But Newell and other governors wrote letters supporting Husband's many applications to remain at Medomsley when the prison service suggested he be promoted and posted elsewhere. Newell was repeatedly asked to comment on Husband and Medomsley for this piece, but he failed to answer emails and phone calls over a period of months.

Martin Narey was director general of the prison service when Husband was convicted in 2003. He had been the assistant governor at Deerbolt when Husband was moved there after the arrest of Johnson, and the assistant governor of Frankland. He went on to become CEO of Barnardo's, the charity for vulnerable children.

Why did Narey never call for a public inquiry? "For the simple reason that, at the time, I knew nothing about it," he says. "That may sound very odd, with what we know now about Neville Husband. But the first conviction, which came just as I was leaving the director general post, was not brought to my attention. I suspect it was because, at that time, the magnitude of Husband's offending was not known."

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Would he support a public inquiry now? "I have no objection to some sort of inquiry – whether a public inquiry would be justified, I don't know. It is troubling that Husband was able, apparently, to hide his offending over such a long period. However, and speaking after having had long experience of child abuse issues at Barnardo's, I am now very aware of the ability and success of such offenders in conditioning those around them."

Narey admits that, when he was running it, the prison service dealt inadequately with sexual abuse in prisons. "As director general, I was intolerant of physical abuse and racism, and sacked a lot of staff… But at that time there was very little awareness of male-on-male sexual abuse, either in prisons or in wider society." Neither Narey nor Newell – still two of the most respected figures in prison circles – has ever publicly apologised for the failure to spot Husband's abuse.

In 2009, Husband was released from prison after serving just over half his sentence. A year later, he died of natural causes. Yet the fallout from his decades of abuse continues.

Steve, whose name has been changed, admits he's paranoid. He has surrounded his home with seven closed-circuit television cameras and spends nearly all his time in his upstairs office, where he works and monitors the CCTV screens. "Work" is obtaining justice for the victims of Medomsley, for whom he is the liaison man. It has been the "cause" of his life for the past 15 years and will continue to be so until he gets somebody in authority to say sorry. "I could maybe then close it all down and move on."

Steve is wearing sunglasses and when he takes them off, his eyes look dead. His story is familiar – like Young, he went through a long line of children's homes, where he experienced differing degrees of abuse, before ending up at Medomsley. Again like Young, he stresses that abuse was nothing compared with what was to happen. Steve was sent to Medomsley for "aiding and abetting in stealing a car". His cousin Kevin had a stolen car, picked him up in it, and that was that. He was 16.

According to Steve, Husband stood out from the other officers. "When we first got there, we'd stand in line and he'd look at all the new recruits, laughing and joking with them, trying to be your friend and have some understanding about why you're here and that. He'd try to ingratiate himself. He picked people who had no one to visit them. All the victims were from the care system."

Husband had a shower built upstairs in the converted storeroom because, he claimed, the boys did not have time to wash before coming to work. That's where Steve was first abused. "He pushed us backwards into the shower, then started grabbing the things he shouldn't. I didn't know what to make of it or do, where to go. I was in prison, I couldn't run away."

How big was Steve then? "I was a scrawny little thing, about nine and a half stone. You tried to say no and it didn't make a blind bit of difference."

Does he suspect Husband abused all the kitchen boys? "I know he did. Everybody knew he was doing it. Nobody would say it was happening to them, yet it was the talk of the place. You'd get comments off the officers: 'What you been up to with Husband?' 'You're one of his boys?'"

The abuse wasn't just sexual, Steve says. "I saw him crushing one guy between two gates. He just kept doing it and laughing. Another time he put my hand in a hot pidi – a metal pie dish – and was pushing my hand down as he was fondling me." Did other officers see any of this? "He had a monopoly in that area. You weren't allowed to go in there. Officers had to ask him to go in."

When did Steve leave Medomsley? "28 August 1979," he says instantly. He came out traumatised: untrusting, angry, a loner. He started to drink heavily. Unlike Young, he didn't report the abuse to the police on his release. Then, in 1994, he was watching television and a report came on about abuse in a care home in Sunderland. Steve says he flipped. He was sitting with his wife, with whom he had never discussed the abuse. "I saw it, and just, pppffff, blew up. First the coffee table went over, and I was just destroying the house. I even hurt my wife by accident, throwing a guitar across the room. I didn't know what had happened."

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