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    “Am I allowed to breathe”

    This is a poem from October/2016 from when Eric was just two months into his time at FCI Englewood, the start of his journey into this BOP nightmare. Am I allowed to breathe? Is that a punishable offense Am I allowed to feel Is that a shot? Are my thoughts read like my letters Scanned and stored to be used against me later My dreams disected and distorted Tearing apart the meanings Digging for something anything Does my every firing neuron Have sinister intentions Yes..

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    Eric King denied public access to evidentiary hearing

    Public access to Eric King’s evidentiary hearing A federal judge has modified Eric King’s right to a public hearing Alone n the courtroom as he has been in communication for the last year and a half9:30 AM Mountain 877-336-1828 9449909#If you are denied access or if technical issues disrupt your access please call and make a report with NLG legal line 720-822-5893

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    A Dispatch from FCI Englewood’s Segregated Housing Unit

    https://cldc.org/a-dispatch-from-englewood-cos-segregated-housing-unit/?utm_source=Civil+Liberties+Defense+Center+List&utm_campaign=a8dfe957cf-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_06_30_10_34_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_11ddfa2fa7-a8dfe957cf-428836861 Read a message from Eric’s attorneys here “Today I was locked in a small windowless room with asbestos walls crumbling onto a filthy floor for over seven hours. I was allowed to leave only once to use the restroom. I was not permitted to have water, food, or access to my cellphone to let anyone know whether or not I was OK. A small metal shelf, about the size of a laptop, is mounted on one of the walls of the room. Above the shelf is a window of plexiglass that looks into an equal sized cement room in which our client, Eric King, sits looking back at me.…

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    Eric given another 6 month general correspondence restriction.

    Not the post we wanted to be making, but on July 7th after his communication restrictions expired SIS (special investigation services) from FCI Englewood gave him word that they were renewing the expired restrictions. For another 6 months, Eric will be unable to communicate with anyone who is not family. This will bring him to a total of a year and a half being held incommunicado from the public when this restriction ends. Like the last two blocks this one comes without much explanation other than a general statement about how his communication might pose a threat to the institution and to the public. Below is his previous communication restriction…

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    Eric may soon be able to receive mail.

    Eric’s communication restrictions are set to expire July 7th! The last time the restrictions expired it took him about 2 weeks to receive his first piece of mail. Then after 2 weeks the bureau renewed the restrictions for 6 more months. There is a good chance that they will attempt to restrict communication again at some point so this may be the only chance to get letters into him. Eric King #27090-045 FCI Englewood 9595 West Quincy Avenue Littleton, CO 80123 Please send letters in a white envelope on white paper, no postcards or greeting cards. Eric is also pretrial right now so avoid conversations about his case please!

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    Apple Hope

    5/22/21 The other day for lunch, I was given an apple. This in itself is not interesting since Warden Williams came on, we have had apples exclusively for breakfast lunch and dinner every single day even when we plead for no more apples, the guards will lay them on our bars or push them in our cells. These apples are not necessarily impressive, unless you’re impressed by tiny, mushy or way too large and bruised apples…if so you are in for a treat. A mushy bruised treat! Yum! So a few days ago, as the guards were dumping their apple quota down our throats, a tiny thing was placed on…