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1 Million USA Viewers/Visitors Reached For 2020!: Donna Says: “God Bless You All!”

So A special thank you from the bottom of my heart for my admins, and all these lovely loyal supporters we’ve managed to gather over the years. Your support keeps mom AKA Miss Donna J Hockman fighting with diligence and most importantly the HOPE of a fair trial for her and the other “Victims Of Marsha Garst’s Corruption”. Each click and share is greatly appreciated but most importantly i thank all mom’s loyal jpay contacts,friends,supporter, etc. After almost 13 years inside, you keep that lonely depressed mindstate out of mom’s head. Let her know so many she has never even met care and let her know your here for her.  I tell yall, i can hear the enthusiasm in her voice now. I can sense the hope back in her heart. And i can hear her positive,confident,dedicated, driven attitude; mindstate, and personality. It’s so great to hear it again you all have no idea. And if she can do that in there, i can think like that out here free. And life is so much better thinking like this. in so many aspects. Even in prison mom is able to teach me things still lol. and here i thought i knew it all. “omnicient” i believe is the term. Updates: 1.Will not give details publically but will say we have gotten farther this year then the past 11.5 years put together. Hard work is finally being rewarded. All my admins and you all as well. And Donna Hockman want you to know….as i try to decypher this crappy cursive of hers: God Bless all those by my side since day one and even now, you’ve no idea. It means the world to me and drives me to persevere through every single struggle and setback as i fight for my day…
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Abuses exposed at Fluvanna Correctional Center

The following information can be found at: http://www.c-ville.com/abuses_exposed_at_fluvanna_correctional_center/#.Vf8H_99Vikp it was written in 2010 and conditions have only gotten worse Helen Trainor reads about 50 letters a month from women at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women. “I actually read personal letters, unlike a lot of people, and take them seriously,” she says. As part of her job as director of the Virginia Institutionalized Persons Project (at the Legal Aid Justice Center), she has to know what goes on in jails across Virginia. Trainor says that conditions at Fluvanna “began to resemble the conditions at Virginia’s strictest prisons, as opposed to a Class 3 prison that it is.” The letters described discrimination and segregation, which prompted Trainor and other volunteers from Legal Aid to meet with Senator Frank Ruff, Jr. (15th District) in a church basement to discuss what could be done. Then, on Monday, December 28, the Associated Press reported that Barbara Wheeler, warden at Fluvanna, which is the state’s largest women’s prison, will be replaced by Wendy Hobbs. Larry Traylor, spokesperson for the Department of Corrections confirmed to C-VILLE that Wheeler is retiring, though Wheeler was unavailable for an interview. Cynthia Neff has also been working with Legal Aid where she has heard the stories first-hand. “We were hearing from a number of people that they were discriminated against because they looked butch, aggressive-looking women,” she says. In fact, the Associated Press reported in June that gay inmates were segregated, with lesbian inmates with short hair and baggy clothes kept apart in the “butch-wing.” Trainor says that things began to change about a year ago when Michael Frame became the new major, or head of security, at Fluvanna. The previous major was convicted for having sex with female inmates, says Trainor. Neff says Frame proceeded to “toughen the place…
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