| As promised, here is the last part of Cocaine Crazy…
As I mentioned in my last entry on the topic, I did four and one half years in federal prison. I went to prison following my money laundering trial in LA which ended in 1984. I was found guilty and sentenced to seven years. At that time you did two thirds of your sentence and that was with good behavior. Now its 85% of the sentence – yikes!
Sex in prison.
This is one of the most asked questions by people who have never done any slam time. And here is the truth on that subject. First, if you are not gay, it’s likely you will remain not gay. Especially the men.
Women are – from what I heard in the joint – a bit more open to having some sex with other girls. However just like with the men, there are the guards and staff available at times. Every prison I was in had female guards and many female staffers. The female staff was limited to teachers, office workers and so on. So no not alot but maybe as many as 10 to 20 per prison, plus the lady guards.
I worked on having relationships with some of them.
After all, that’s why alot of these gals work inside a joint/prison. They have fantasies about having sex with the inmates. So many of them do. One of my prison affairs was with a phone operator who placed our long distance calls. Another sex relationship I had was with the warden’s office manager at Lompoc Federal Prison Camp. She was in charge of Toastmasters and I was president of the club.
So we had sex in restrooms and on furloughs.
In federal prison, when you are two years shy of going home, you get one, then two days out of prison to readjust to being free. In fact your last furlough can be up to one week. Then you go to a halfway house for several months in the city you will live and work in.
One has to be very careful with these prison sex deals.
I was at Edwards Air Force base. Rule number one, there is no talking to or hanging out with females who work there or who are in the Air Force. I dated a female Sgt. and one of the other inmates told on me. The prison cops came to arrest me, cuffed me and said, “You are under arrest.” I said, “Hell, I’m already in prison.” That sent me to the hole back on Terminal Island. Then I was tried and found NOT GUILTY, by the officer in charge. Turned out I used to take care of his lawn (desert sand) in Boron Camp. He let me go and I was sent to another prison camp instead of regular prison.
So I did about two years in regular fenced-in/walled prisons and two years in camp. Camp means no wall and no gun towers. Yes, you can run off, but if caught they send you back to a walled prison and time is added to your sentence.