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January 2015

Inmates Are Not the Only Ones With Addictions – Take the Quiz

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Inmates Are Not the Only Ones With Addictions – Take the Quiz

The Four Addictions

We’ve discovered four addictions we all have that destroy more dreams, more hopes and more lives than alcohol, drugs, food, gambling or sex combined. When we refer to addictions, we are not focused on any of these. To us, those are habitual symptoms or effects brought on by four much larger causes that are the root cause of those symptoms.

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Real Housewife Teresa Giudice Prison Address

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Real Housewife Teresa Giudice Prison Address

Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Teresa Giudice, has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud. Her husband Joe has been convicted and sentenced as well, but since they have children, the judge, in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Prisons are allowing them to serve their time separately. We are not all things housewives or nor do we keep up with play by plays on celebrity prison time, but feel free to CLICK HERE as RadarOnline.com does not miss a beat as to what is happening during her prison stay. If you would like to reach out to her, you have until February 2016. Write her here:

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The Prisonworld Radio Hour talks Education for Inmates with Dr Breea Willingham

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The Prisonworld Radio Hour talks Education for Inmates with Dr Breea Willingham – Less than 2% of people in the United States have PhD’s. That small demographic of people tend to visit The Prisonworld Radio Hour for various reasons. The latest episode with co-hosts Rufus & Jenny Triplett, tackles education or lack of education within the prison system with author, professor and speaker, Dr. Breea Willingham.

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Prisonworld Rewind: Three Reasons why Legalizing Marijuana could save the United States of America

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One of the most controversial topics in the US for the last five years is the contemplation of regulation for the legalization of marijuana. Cannabis, the medical and technical term for the farmed herb, has numerous medicinal purposes. Various forms of the leaves from the female plant have healing chemical compounds beneficial to those who have chronic pain.

The Prisonworld Radio Hour, airing on the Prisonworld Radio Network, has interviewed guests on both sides of the argument. It is a topic of passionate conversation for those who are proponents of the legalization as well as those who oppose it. One thing that rings true with those on either side is that the realization of regulation may never come to pass in this century.

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SNAPPED [Couples Style] on The Prisonworld Radio Hour

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Have you ever wondered what would make you snap? There’s a very popular saying that you never know what someone is dealing with or that they might be at their breaking point so tread lightly. That’s exactly what some of these wild, crazy, zany and most definitely wacky cases are about on this episode. Co-hosts Jenny and Rufus Triplett talk about cases where couples

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WRONGLY CONVICTED – “Entrapment In Blood” By Joseph Rodriguez [VIDEO]

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Joseph Rodriguez, a federal inmate, is serving a LIFE sentence based on the word of and setup by his cousin…so he says. He has written a book and has been featured on America’s Most Wanted and the FBI Files. Joseph has reached out to Prisonworld to help publicize his story. You can write him here is you would like to help:

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Torture in our Prisons and Jails

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Torture in our Prisons and Jails

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he news media was focused this week about the CIA, interrogations, and torture. Many Americans are shocked at the actions of the CIA, but you do not have to look at the CIA for examples of torture by Americans. Every month, inmates in the United States suffer from intentional and gross negligent actions of prison guards.

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