“Encouranging Others to Riot” by poem… the haps at FCI Englewood

While the BOP is upgrading their website and pretending they have some sort of plan to keep folks alive during this pandemic, FCI Englewood is again up to no good. We can assume in a retaliatory (previously predicted) move inspired by either a) the court filings regarding the ongoing and constant abuse the BOP is continuing to serve Eric via FCI Englewood or b) the article that was published that exposes some pretty gross fash BOP/Guard, Eric has been given two separate severe disciplinary infractions. BOP Disciplinary Program Statement is available here if folks want to follow along https://www.bop.gov/policy/progstat/5270_009.pdf All disciplinary write-ups are categorize by severity level, 300’s being least severe and 100’s being the most severe. Different level offenses bring on different disciplinary procedures. But the common theme in all of them is the only defense you are allowed (because no lawyers) is: one of *them* (BOP) that they pick to “defend” you… against their own. 300’s don’t even involve hearings and 200-100 series shots can come with additional federal criminal charges. Eric was given two shots, one of the greatest severity offense (100 series) and highest level of offense (200 series). The 100 series shot Eric received on 3/31 was for 1. Encouraging others to riot and 2. Use of the mail to further criminal activity (greatest seventy) The story goes the CTU or Counter Terrorism Unit of the BOP contacted FCI Englewood when a NY ABC newsletter that is sent into prisons re-published a poem that Eric wrote that the BOP is considering a direct threat to the warden. I first heard your voice when I was 15Had no idea what it was to be freeSheriffs kicking in doors, leaving furniture in the streetsLearning you could starve if you didn’t have the meansAll the saints taught me, listen to no worldly kingsPrincipal, coaches & priests, all the same thingsWhen the police blinded me with war chemicalslaughter was my partner, I hadn’t broken my rulesAfter god went away, Anarchy never fadedPoliticians love to recruit but I can’t be persuadedMy anarchy, grew with me, walmart & McDonalds ProtestsActivism always went through stageslearn-act, learn more-act more, growth, always growthSometimes I was an an archo-fascist, forcing my freedomwith fists and knives, words and hatedthe first dominant behavior I had to destroyWas my own loud-always-right voiceTo me Anarchy meant facing up to my ownPatriarchy, xenophobia, racism, homophobiaAll of my most productive battles weren’t vs copsBut against hidden learned behaviorsAnarchy meant allowing growth, loving myselfto acknowledge being harmfulThe revolution always begins between our 2 ears& the more I open myself to experiences not my ownThe better I becomeFor me anarchy is in the heart & in the streetsI meant friendship, not chances to be judgeI’ve failed in this aspect many timesAnarchy was a way to live freeA way to find what that meansthen instill it in my everyday lifeAnarchy means standing up when it countsBeing there when ableMy anarchism couldn’t have existedIn a vacuum removed from actionThere was never a movement for menor was I a “loan wolf”Sometimes comrades joined meother times the goddess was my partnerThere was no attendance, roll-callJust a desire to make the world betterAnarchy to me meant love, it meant calmit was living how you want the world to beSome took it in lots of opposing directionsthat was ok alsoNo one owns an ideaalthough some swear to have the receiptMy anarchism loved plants & naturewasn’t a big fan of consumerism& hated genocidal meat “farms”… My anarchism loved people who love peopleCops, military folks, government bureaucrats were not welcomeIf your prerogative was to limit, take from or own/control peoplewe were enemiesDoes anarchy still exist?I pray soI’m afraid of the internet swallowing it whole& “clicktivism” overriding activismOf sectarianism splintering any progress being madeOf Trump wearing everyone outthen some being convinced in electoral leadershipBut only if Berndog winsPrisons need to be burned, CEOs beheadedcommunities need to grow & heal togetherThat’s what Anarchism is to meAction based healing and growing 100 series shots, or GREATEST level severity shots carry some pretty hefty sanctions When speaking with his staff representative Eric was told that the only way to even SEE this “evidence” against him is to file a Freedom of Information request since it is classified. They recommend he just plea to the disciplinary charge Already disciplinary hearings are a joke and now he is not allowed to even review the evidence against him. Despite the fact this could impact his legal case he is not permitted his own defense or even to MEET with his lawyer at this time. This shot as well as the other can carry the shadow of a potential charge whenever it strikes their fancy. The Federal Colorado prosecutors waited until a year after his first incident to bring up the charges Eric faces now in court. Eric’s second shot came on 4/3 when he was showering and a guard led a sex offender into and through the showers. The guard alleges that Eric shook a shampoo bottle at them and a drop of water got into the guard’s eye. Eric is now being charged internally again for assault of an officer. It really is unnecessary to unpack this with some deep explanation for what is going on here. Its pretty blatant. Eric was clear Englewood was going to find a way to prevent his family from visiting…. that happened. The BOP is responding as the BOP does when they are exposed https://truthout.org/articles/incarcerated-anti-fascists-report-targeted-beatings-by-guards/ https://supportericking.org/2020/03/11/erics-declaration-regarding-abuse-at-fci-englewood/ (its especially hefty when the exposure comes both in court and in the media). And it will likely follow Eric for the rest of his sentence. No, there will be no justice in these hearings as there has not been justice for anyone who has sat in those hearings before Eric. There is no justice for the now 13 dead federal prisoners because of BOP failures. Why would we find justice in *their* disciplinary system. Prose and musings are threats worthy of years of restricted contact with families apparently. Business as usual at FCI Englewood on this Tuesday afternoon. Eric can still use letters and books. His capacity to respond is severely limited because he isnt allowed to hold onto his letters but he is making an effort and appreciates the support. Eric King 27090045FCI Englewood9595 w Quincy aveLittleton co 80501