What happens to prison inmates during martial law, invasion, or nuclear war? During these scenarios, everything changes.

I’ve done some research on this subject. There are specific laws in place. On the surface, we are supposed to believe that things would remain basically the same. Prisoners would be kept right where they are. I’m not sure if that’s true.

There is some evidence to suggest that all State and Federal Prisoners would be killed. I realize this sounds extreme.

A friend of mine was incarcerated inside a State Prison during the 9/11 attack. During the initial attack, The National Guard arrived. Soldiers carrying assault rifles walked the top of the facility for quite some time. I spent eight years in The US Army Reserve. My background gives me a clear image of the situation.

I’ve been told that our government would kill off every prisoner. As a man who requires proof before validation, I don’t know if it’s true. I do know that it would not surprise me in the least. If so, then it’s deplorable. Our prisons are filled with a variety of criminals. Some are there for drug offenses and borderline petty crimes. Some are killers. Others are pedophile trash without morals or any sense of right and wrong. Those individuals are not human but only monsters.

I know a lot of people who have been to prison, particularly for drug offenses. They’re not all monsters. Our prisons hold an incredibly diverse population. Many with eyes wide open. Sometimes, vision is considered to be a crime.

Joseph Shanklin

May 22, 2020

One thought on “Incarceration [Martial Law]

  1. I can imagine, if this were true, this law was written near the time our country was founded. I can also imagine that, the gov wouldn’t want to have to worry about the extreme criminal while under attack.
    Laws have gotten crazy in the last two hundred years, some are out right ridiculous!

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