How I got through 7 years in prison

In this video I am going to tell you about prison routines. And how important it is to have a routine in order to get through a prison sentence. I’m also going to tell you what is probably the best part of prison if there is such a thing.

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39 thoughts on “How I got through 7 years in prison

  1. They could easily automate the counts. Gps bracelets (that double as remote controlled tasers) could tell them the rough location of inmates. They could use facial recognition or thumb scanners at set times in the cells. If an inmate fails to scan, the cell is flagged and guards are sent to see what's going on. Failure to scan without a good reason would be a disciplinary infraction.

  2. I'm about to spend some time in jail on something so unviolent or harmful (desserted the idf, here in israel we have to serve in the millitary otherwise we get jail time) , very soon. It will be around half a year. It's goona be hard, but you're videos keeping me from losing it. Thank you.

  3. I have court on the 11th of this month (tomorrow). I'm currently on a minor degree of probation where I dont have a PO or anything. Im not sure if I'll go to jail/prison or what's going to happen to me. You're helping me get through my current feelings as well as what may come in the future. Im not a bad person, I just do stupid shit. I'll make it through this.

  4. Joe my friend consider writing a book, plus youd be a great motivational speaker the one who would talk to at risk people, and give them the reality of it all.

  5. A Jehovah Witness (Brother) Yevgeniy Spirin in a courtroom holding cell just before his sentencing.

    JULY 9, 2020

    Jehovah Witness (Brother) Yevgeniy Spirin Faces Seven Years of Imprisonment in Russia.

    The Furmanovsky City Court of the Ivanovo Region could announce its verdict as early as July 14, 2020, in the case involving Brother Yevgeniy Spirin. The prosecutor has requested that Brother Spirin be sentenced to seven years in prison.

    Brother Spirin, at 34 years of age, is charged with organizing the activities of an “extremist” organization aka (Practicing his faith as a Christian -Jehovah Witness) . The case against him was initiated on January 21, 2019, by a regional Federal Security Service (FSB) investigator. Six days later, FSB agents raided the home of Brother Spirin and his wife, Natalya. The Oktyabrsky District Court of the Ivanovo Region ordered that Brother Spirin be kept in pretrial detention for at least two months, solely based on his being one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. His detention was subsequently extended.

    He was released from the pretrial detention facility on July 5, 2019, and placed under house arrest after spending 160 days in custody. On December 18, 2019, the Oktyabrsky District Court of the Ivanovo Region ordered that Brother Spirin be released from house arrest over the objections of the investigators. No additional restrictive measures were imposed.

    We pray in full confidence that our loving heavenly Father, Jehovah, will continue to be with all of our brothers in Russia who are being persecuted for their faith.—1 Peter 4:14.

    Luke 23: 39One of the criminals who were hanged there was hurling abuse at Him, saying, “Are You not the Christ? Save Yourself and us!” 40But the other answered, and rebuking him said, “Do you not even fear God, since you are under the same sentence of condemnation? 41“And we indeed are suffering justly, for we are receiving what we deserve for our deeds; but this man has done nothing wrong.” 42And he was saying, “Jesus, remember me when You come in Your kingdom!” 43And He said to him, “Truly I say to you, today you shall be with Me in Paradise.”

  6. This is the same way I made it through a long deployment and a remote to Korea in the military…always had a routine I got into and stuck with to make it go by quickly

  7. This video is very motivating. I've never been to jail or prison.

    Even in hard times and locked up in prison for 7 years you got through it with discipline and routine

  8. I never want to get locked up. I've did small time in jail and that was enough for me lol. The longest I did was 30 days and it seemed like that took fucking forever lol I was locked down the first 15 days 20 hours a day and 4 out of the cell which took the first 15 days so damn long …them counts are horrible too lol. Good luck trying to sleep while being locked up 😂

  9. possibly getting sentenced to 2 years next Wednesday, with parole eligible after 1 year served.. wish me luck, stressing harddd

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