We will first give you some links dealing with cell phones in Alabama prisons.
Death row inmates with cell phones. Haven't seen that yet in South Carolina. A charger in the ass? Sheesh!
Cell phones in prison may be a FELONY in Alabama. Not that thirty day misdemeanor bullshit South Carolina just passed - and then only if the inmate threatens someone.
A much more informative article than those done by Glenn Smith.
"Quetzalcoatls Coming" is the name of the page. The fellow behind it is Frederick Campbell, who is currently incarcerated at Bullock State Prison in Alabama.
As you can see, the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) doesn't give us as much prisoner information as other prison systems. It would be nice to know why Frederick is locked up until 2030.
First up we will expose you to the few photos on his Facebook page. In one he posts a shot of a statement and calls out a snitch. We captured all of the comments separately.
Paying for internet research?
Begging for phone cards in the comments.
The snitch's sister calls out Frederick. Then the snitch lets him have it.
Well, that was entertaining. And we learned that Frederick is working with a company called "Inacell Inc" with his YouTube stuff. Inacell let their domain expire. Someone should snap that up.
Frederick is probably the most well spoken inmate we have featured. He isn't worried about getting caught with his cell phone, either.
Frederick even publishes his phone number. We like the idea of one reader who emailed us this week. Everyone grab a cheap track phone and start calling or texting these criminals. Use up those minutes.
Frederick puts out another call for a Verizon phone card.
This phone must have been rounded up by the corrections officers. Note that Frederick keeps trying to gather up some entertainment connections from his friend Comedian Troy Coleman.
Deep stuff here.
What?? The black man is keeping a brother down? No way!
We won't put up any of Frederick's videos here. Feel free to visit THIS LINK and watch them to your heart's content. Those Alabama prisons must be well short of corrections officers or they just don't pay attention to what is going on around them. The freedom Frederick has to film with his cell phone sort of casts doubt on his prior statement about being treated badly. Note how long these videos are and some of them are filmed in common areas or out in the yard.
If anyone would like to contact Bullock State Prison, here is the contact information.