Facts from the Hard Drive Part 2

In one of my previous posts I wrote about how reports that are compiled by prison and probation staff regarding prisoners often contain highly misleading and potentially damaging content. Invariably the author claims that content to be factual either because they read it in a previous report on their computer (which must make it true) or simply because they believe that they can say what they like and get away with it. Well, having recently received the latest wave in reports written for my forthcoming parole hearing, I am going to start sharing a few examples of the so called “facts” written about me over the years.

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The Value of Laws

A while back someone told me that they wanted to take a certain course of action but that it was technically against the rules so they didn’t think they should. In the end, they did, but they still regarded it as a selfish thing to do, even whilst doing it. I didn’t agree. I believe that there are certain rules (and certain laws) that deserve to be broken.

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