Glenn Langohr's Stunning Memoirs– of Life in Prison- In Print, Kindle and Audio Book


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Statement Suspending the Third Hunger Strike

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The Prisoners Showed a Lot of Character With This Hunger Strike. It isn’t in vain. The Lord is watching and listening to the prayers of many. As an ex prisoner, I can tell you that those prisoners have broke color lines and gang lines to come together for human rights and redemption. They have been promoting peace, yet their accusers, the Gov, his mouthpiece and most of the media hype up terror tactics about gangs. It isn’t over, the momentum has shifted, unseen forces are pushing the victory closer as the spotlight shines brighter. Thanks for all the great reporting.

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Originally posted on Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:

Greetings of Solidarity and Respect!

The PBSP-SHU, Short Corridor Collective Representatives hereby serve notice upon all concerned parties of interest that after nine weeks we have collectively decided to suspend our third hunger strike action on September 5, 2013.

To be clear, our Peaceful Protest of Resistance to our continuous subjection to decades of systemic state sanctioned torture via the system’s solitary confinement units is far from over. Our decision to suspend our third hunger strike in two years does not come lightly. This decision is especially difficult considering that most of our demands have not been met (despite nearly universal agreement that they are reasonable). The core group of prisoners has been, and remains 100% committed to seeing this protracted struggle for real reform through to a complete victory, even if it requires us to make the ultimate sacrifice.  With that said, we clarify this point by stating prisoner…

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Women Behind the Wall

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The real truth about prison with author Glenn Thomas Langohr. Please join us and feel free to call in with comments or questions. Also the chat room will be open during our broadcast.

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It was great to be on the radio with Gloria Goodwin-killian about Prison conditions. If anyone has time to listen and or leave a comment to show the advocates who run the show to help prisoners that they are being heard, I appreciate it!

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An Interview with Author Glenn Langohr

An Interview with Author Glenn Langohr.

 

Check out Ionia’s site! Not only is she beautiful and accomplished, she’s authentic and has a compassionate heart.

 

 


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GLENN LANGOHR From 10 Years of Prison Time to Best Selling Author of Prison Books!

 

GLENN LANGOHR From 10 Years of Prison Time to Best Selling Author of Prison Books!.

 

Check out this awesome site that posted about my books! To check out one of my audio books for a free sample go here~ http://amzn.to/VyXSxQ


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The Raw Truth About Life in the California Prisons by Glenn Langohr and David Bitco

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This is the best review of my new prison thriller yet. You want the raw truth, check out the interview and all of my books in print, kindle and audio.

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While reading Prison Riot, I was struck by how similar this story is to the classic Melville novella, Billy Budd. Of course, the latter was written in a much more stilted voice, and was built on Biblical allegory – but the thread of the story is very much the same.

Here we have a power struggle between a cruel and sadistic Corrections Lieutenant, and a fair minded but ineffectual Warden. The victim in that power struggle ends up being the innocent – the powerless everyman,whom in the Melville book was represented by Billy, and in Prison Riot is represented by B.J. and his friend, Giant.

Where the analogy breaks down however, is that Billy Budd was fiction.

Suspension of disbelief is not necessary when the writer actually lived through the hell of the California prison system. As a student of…

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Three boys rescued by prison inmates after canoe capsizes on creek

Three boys rescued by prison inmates after canoe capsizes on creek. Check out this cool site posting stuff about my books. Look at his other post about prisoners rescuing kids while out on a work detail. How cool is that? I love it when prisoners get a chance to show the world they are human also!


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Book: UNDERDOG, A True Crime Thriller of Prison Life (Prison Killers – Book 4) by Glenn Langohr

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Author Glenn Langohrabout his book: I wrote Underdog while some of the California prisoners were involved in a peaceful hunger strike to get attention to their plight. I published this book one day after Christian Gomez died from not eating at Corcoran State Prison. This book is especially important to me because I spent 10 years in prison on drug charges and turned my life around through writing while in solitary confinement where the hunger strikes started.

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“And ex-con Langohr can describe the hell of life inside better than any other writer. His vivid passages on just surviving in prison describe a nightmare we’d rather not know about. He compares the plight of abandoned dogs, locked and horribly mistreated in rows of cages in animal shelters, to California prison inmates, locked and abused in the same cages.”
— John South, American Media

• “This book does not glamorize prison life but rather accurately reports on the cruel reality, which may shock and frighten many readers. The author skillfully makes the point that the general public has more awareness for and more compassion for caged dogs than for prisoners.”
— JT Kalnay Attorney

Copies for review and interviews available###

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His Got Killed in His Cell Because He Was a Sex Offender

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He got killed because he was convicted of rape. In California prisons inmates run background checks by checking paperwork. I know because I spent 10 years in prison on drug charges before becoming a best selling author

 

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Originally posted on The Prison Enquirer:

From the article: “Delbert Miller, 69, was found unresponsive in his cell Thursday morning and was pronounced dead a short time later. Investigators identified Miller’s cellmate, 20-year-old Kyle Osborn, as the suspect.”

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High Desert State Prison is one of the Most Violent

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Thanks for posting this! It sucks is that the rapist killed the other guy. Usually it is the other way around. High Desert is off the hook with prison politics. It is one of the craziest prisons in California because the Pelican Bay SHU releases prisoners done with their solitary time there and Salinas Valley, another level 4 fire cracker. I spent 10 years in some of California’s worst prisons on drug charges and started writing books from solitary confinement. God is good, now I have 8 published. http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00571NY5A

 

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Originally posted on The Prison Enquirer:

I swear we just heard about a death at this prison.  What is this prison’s homicide rate??

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Check Out This Post!

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This is an awesome post and cool website.

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Originally posted on The HeSo Project:

For the next 5 posts, I’ve decided to take a cue from the classic college application question: If you could have dinner with five famous people (alive or dead) who would they be and why? It’s a good question because it shows what you value in a person, and what you hope to gain from the interaction. So without further ado, the first person who came to mind was Oprah Winfrey.

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What I love most about Oprah is that she treats life like one big classroom. She’s constantly learning, always asking questions, always looking at something in a new way. She could have taken the easy route and continued with her show for decades, but she needed something new and challenging so she started an entire television network. I don’t have cable so I don’t get to watch it :(.  People seem to want…

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