prisoners

The Final Days in Jail
Richard H. Stewart
In the final installment of his series "Doing Time" for the Boston Globe, R.H. Stewart describes in detail the group alcohol counselling sessions he was required to attend as part of his sentence as well as the humiliation he felt when his wife visited. Finally, he reveals the mixed reactions of the other inmates when he reveals his true identity and purpose of his incarceration.
Rules to Learn; Cigarettes are Money
Richard H. Stewart
Boston Globe reporter Richard Stewart went undercover as a prison inmate and served six days in a Salem jail for a phony DUI conviction. This is the third of his five part series titled "Doing Time" where he describes his interactions with the other inmates and how he discovered the prison's unspoken rules.
The Cell Block; Life in a Barren 5-by-8 Space
R. H. Stewart
Boston Globe reporter Richard Stewart went undercover as a prison inmate and served six days in a Salem jail for a phony DUI conviction. This is the second of his five part series titled "Doing Time" where he describes his fears about getting along with the other inmates and spending his first night in a jail cell.
The First Day; Dignity Leaves and Fear Arrives
Richard H Stewart
Boston Globe reporter Richard Stewart went undercover as a prison inmate and served six days in a Salem jail for a phony DUI conviction. This is the first of his five part series titled "Doing Time" where he describes his transportation and entrance to the jail.
John S Long
Long posed as a corrections officer at Fort Grant Correctional and Training Center for two weeks directly following his honeymoon in Tahiti. At Fort Grant he dealt with all types of inmates, from gang members to rapists and murderers.
R H Ring
Arizona Daily Star reporter R.H. Ring spent 10 days posing as a maximum-security convict at Arizona's Florence State Penitentiary. Very few people in the prison system knew of his stay, not even Florence's warden. This article won an award from Investigative Reports and Editors (IRE) and an American Bar Association Gavel Award. It was published in a tabloid called "The Convicted" as a special supplement to the Ariozona Daily Star, along with other Star reporters' stories on Arizona's corrections system. Ring's colleague John Long posed as a corrections officer. His story "Holding Down the Fort" was also included in "The Convicted."
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