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In response to a letter to the editor written by Logan Correctional inmate Tammy Eveans

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To the editor:

I correspond with a number of women incarcerated for long sentences at Logan and have done so for three decades.

I endorse everything that Tammy Eveans, one of my correspondents, has said in her eloquently written letter.

Thank you for publishing it!

Rarely do prison inmates have the opportunity to address the public about the many injustices that they experience while imprisoned. She has drawn attention to an issue of profound importance to the welfare of her fellow inmates and their families and should be heard by the general public.

The supposed objective of incarceration besides punishment is to help inmates to improve their lives in preparation for eventual release. Maintaining close tries to family and friends is a vital part of rehabilitation.

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This new plan negates that entirely.

I hope that Ms. Eveansí voice will be heard.

Susan Shields

Letter to the editor by Tammy Eveans
From someone who lives there "Leave Logan Correctional Center in Lincoln"

[Posted June 19, 2024]

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