Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal – February 26, 2013

by Steven Dybvad

Tuesday, February 26, 2013.

I’m very upset right now! I was just sent to the captain’s office. My cellmate told me that the only reason people get sent to the captain’s office is when someone is in trouble, or there’s a death in the family. Well I knew that I had not broken any rules. So, naturally my mind was racing so fast that I thought I was going to vomit. I haven’t had a chance to talk to my family since Saturday, and since they didn’t make it to my Sunday’s scheduled visit, I thought that something terrible had happened. I just can’t explain how horrible that queasy feeling of the unknown is. To my relief, upon arrival to the captain’s office, I found out that it wasn’t about my family at all. Instead, I had to sign an official conduct report for not picking up my carry medications. I was stunned because, I was never given a pass to pick up my medication. This makes no difference to the staff at the captain’s office. They told me to explain everything to the Sgt. in my block. So, I went directly to the Sgt. from the captain’s office. I told him my whole situation, all he did was look my name up on the computer and tell me that he would see me tomorrow. I’m very upset, worried, and so concerned but I can’t think about anything else. If this conduct report goes through, it will be a permanent sore on my untarnished record, completely affecting my chances for security level dropped, and a transfer from this horrible prison to a better one. I can only hope and pray that this doesn’t go on my record tomorrow. But, my chances are very slim. I’m told this kind of thing happens all the time in this prison, and there’s nothing we can do about it. Little do they know, I will fight this to the bitter end, until this matter is resolved in my favor.

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