Monday, April 24, 2006


April 24,2006
These days never change. Never. I look and think of all the stories that have surfaced especially over just the last two years of all that has been done to prisoners held under U.S. Military control in Iraq and Guantanimo and other remote hidden places. I think how it is truly horrible and yet, really helps to show the true light as to the great America. Yes, doesn't all of the brutal, barbaric acts by the US Military's greatest really help Europeans and Asians, South America and the world, see exactly what America is made of. It is made or well, let us change that. It is controlled by cowards and bullies. It is controlled by the wealthiest and the greediest. And here we can now bring in most of the rest. While it is sick, all that America is doing to people throughout the world which most of the masses support still does not show the complete full picture of what America is. The same things only, only worse things that America's military`s are doing all across the globe, are also being done to their own and others trapped inside the gulags of America. You see, I guess if it wanted, America could bellow, "but hey, we're not doing anything to you people that we aren't doing to our own all across America from North Carolina to California." I have actually been waiting for one of those arrogant pieces of crap in Washington DC, like Rumsfeld, to throw that one out. And believe me, it would not be out of character for one of them uppity's to say something like that. In this prison, just one of 76 in NC, one state out of 50, it is a very regular thing to witness a prisoner being savagely beaten. One evening after dark, we were out on the smoker which is about 400 square feet of concrete completely surrounded by a 50 foot wall of cement except over in the corner there are about three huge windows which look in on the hallway elevators. These elevators run up to the working unit, the Green Unit. On this particular evening there were about 10 of us standing at the window smoking when we looked at the elevator doors opening. When they opened, there was a prisoner crumpled in the floor of the elevator who was handcuffed behind his back and had shackles on his legs. We all just gazed in awe at the blood which was sprayed all over the floor and the walls and standing around the prisoner were four guards and a sergeant. Their clothes were spotted with blood as well. It was noticeably obvious that the prisoner, Rob, was unconscious. Several of the guards reached down and picking Rob up by the handcuffs they tried to throw him out of the elevator but they were only able to get his upper body to the cement floor outside of the elevator. This must have pissed the sergeant off because he reached down, grabbed Rob by the hair on his head and began slamming his head into the cement. He did not just slam his head one time, he repeatedly slammed it over and over and over....bam, bam, bam, and with each slam, blood would fly and we could see actual gashes developing all over the back part of his head. I was in the hall afterwards and several prisoners were up through the hall cleaning the heavy layers of blood that had followed Rob as he had been dragged to the hole. Shortly after, the guards and sergeant returned to their unit and told many prisoners housed in the same cellblock as Rob that Rob had busted his head up pretty good by "laying his head into the elevator wall."......One of the guards or the sergeant had actually taken one of the long black flashlights they had used to heat Rob and rammed it several times into the elevator wall to make it appear rob had rammed his head into the wall. With a total of five guards surrounding him, it would not have been possible for him to have done this if he had wanted. The following morning I just happened to have been called to medical about 8a.m. As I sat there waiting to go back, I saw them bringing Rob into medical. They were literally having to lead him as both of his eyes were completely swollen shut. To describe it in just one phrase, Rob's own mother would not have recognized him. She would not have known here own son. The sad thing is this is not an isolated case. They constantly handcuff prisoners then beat the living hell out of them. And medical does whatever it has to, to help the cover up. I have a small picture here I keep hooked to a card. It is an Iraqi who is chained over a contraption. Do you have any idea on any given day how many prisoners in NC are laying chained to a cold steel bunk, butt naked, no mattress. The wrists strapped to each corner above the head and the two ankles spread, strapped to the two end corners of the bunk. For days and days they are held like this and they have no choice but to pee and crap on themselves. Then they are made to lay in it day after day. Then they may get a slice of nutriloaf,( baked slop in a deep baking dish and after it cooks, it is sliced). And you wonder why so many prisoners get out of prison and kill families. How much rage inside of a man does it take to murder a whole family? If someone out there would ever research this, my God, the story it would tell. Rage and more rage and more rage. I hear some of them talk about how they have been beaten so bad and how they will get out soon and oh, how they are going to pay them back. It is scary. But rage is rage. How many American military have been killed because of rage. A son was beaten or killed. A mama was shot and killed. Rage and this exact same rage could be inside of so many million. Rage. That is all it is. Just pure, simple, rage. The eyes show it the best. Just rage!!!
Take Care................EH


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5:52 PM  
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8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eddie you know more about what's going on in that Prison. Is it a women's Prison? LOL. Eddie I'll give you something to chew on with those 8 teeth you got. Get your life straight, and I mean really straight you're a double minded person.

The Truth Seeker

11:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read this and I find its about 99% fiction and 1% truth. The 1% truth is that you, Eddie Hatcher, are in prison for murder and kidnapping, the rest is fiction.

4:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stay Strong behind their walls .

7:36 PM  
Anonymous Correctional Officer said...

He is not a political prisoner , he is just another convict thinking he is politically intelligent, which he is not. He is nothing more than a convict with a forum. He is an insignificant punk and a burden on society. I'll bet he was "turned out" in his first week in the joint. I hope he gags on nutri-loaf.

P.S. Hey Eddie, file a grievance on me...

11:05 PM  
Anonymous Eddie's Mom said...

"He did not just slam his head one time, he repeatedly slammed it over and over and over....bam, bam, bam, and with each slam, blood would fly and we could see actual gashes developing all over the back part of his head."

Blah, Blah, Blah... I'm tired of hearing your same ol' crap son. If you would have went to school and got a job, like I told you to instead of hanging out with those gangbangers everyday, you wouldn't be in prison writing fiction stories. I am enclosing a tube of Vagisil, be sure to apply it liberally.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous eddie's dad said...

Eddie, please start taking your medications again.

12:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You were convicted because you kidnapped people by holding them hostage at the Robesonian Newspaper office. Smart thinking.

5:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many people out there actually believe this stuff? I am a current medical employee of Alexander, and never, ever, have I seen any acts of vicious brutality against inmates.
I worked DOC for 3 years in another state before coming to NC, and believe me, NC is too lenient and lax with treatment and punishment of inmates that act out violently against staff and other inmates alike.

6:14 PM  

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