When, just Regulations, laying its foundation on such

When, in the Course of human events, it happens that one commits a crime and must surrender to a life in the Criminal Justice System, leaving the boundaries of the familiar and a life of freedoms, a decent respect to the humanity of inmates requires that they should declare the causes of which they feel it is necessary for a change in the system. Although one may have surrendered to a life of crime and punishment, one is not allowed to strip basic civil liberties from one another human being. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people, regardless of their crimes, deserve fair treatment and respect towards their humanity, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are Respect, Dignity, and the Pursuit of Humanity. That whenever the prison guards become Destructive of these ends, it is the right of the prisoner to refuse compliance and insist upon the establishments to new and just Regulations, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its power in such form as to them shall seem most likely to affect their Respect and Dignity. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that the Prison Systems process, long established, should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all to right themselves by abolishing the Foundation to which they were accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and inhumane treatment, in which the same offenses are repeated countless times, it is their right, it is their duty to reject such a Dehumanizing Process and provide new Treatment methods for a more Respected living condition, regardless of crimes committed (Garbus). Such has been the patient sufferance of the prisoners under such a process, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Process of Punishment. They history of the present Prison Systems is a history of repeated injuries. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world. They strip us of our individuality and personality, forcing us to live feeling emotionless and hopeless, all in hopes to survive another night. Officers tend to have poor self-esteem and hurting the inmates and taking risks allows them to feel more Superior. The guards crave Corruption as it is driven by a Desire for money, power, and Control.  (Fantz). They abuse us mentally, leaving us feeling worthless and hopeless, despite what crimes we may have committed prior to attendance in the facility. Our responses to prison environments vary, but virtually all will which concluded that most inmates will experience a period of Depression during their sentence. (Rockville). They define us based on a prior life, forcing us to never forget about what was done or leave room to Prosper and Grow into a better person. It is difficult to generalize everyone into one type of “criminal”. This allows for an identity that is shared by all, resulting in a lack of intensity and leaving many to ultimately feel hopeless (Rockville). They indecently assault us physically, forcing trips to the infirmary multiple times over the course of a sentence, something that would be severely frowned upon if done by other authoritative figures outside of prison. The 8th Amendment bans cruel and unusual punishment, yet the prison guard completely ignore this legislation and punish us in any way they please (Garbus). They leave us with poor sanitary conditions, inadequate lighting, extreme temperature conditions, insect infestations and insufficient or non-existent mandatory personal hygiene supplies all of which have a negative impact on one’s self-esteem and Purpose.  (Penal Reform International). They withhold food and water in order for us to “learn a lesson”, leaving many malnourished or dehydrated and physically weak (“Mistreatment of Prisoners in The US”). They send us to solitary confinement because of small or medial disturbances, all in an abuse of power and to impose isolation. Similar to a coffin, we are left with no light for days at a time, with no reading materials, phone calls, or contact with other humans (Garbus). They disfigure us emotionally, which causes us to develop mental illnesses that go untreated and ignored while surrenders to the Prison, resulting in a cycle of Recidivism. In 1998, 16 percent of State prisoners and 7 percent of Federal prisoners reported having a some sort of mental condition (Ditton). They support and encourage discourse and sexual interation among us and other prison guards. Sexual assaults and sexual activity are well known to occur in prisons, but we rarely have access to protection, such as condoms, that can help prevent sexually transmitted diseases. 1 in 10 prisoners contract AIDs while serving a sentence (Garbus). They disregard crimes that are committed in prisons and allow them to go without punishment which limits the Safety and well-being of us. More than 75% of crimes that occur in the Criminal Justice System go unreported by prison staff (“Mistreatment of Prisoners in The US”). . In every stage of these Oppressions prisoners have worked to break the cycle and feel humane in prisons in the most humble of terms: Our repeated Compliance have been answered only be repeated Abuse and Dehumanization. An abusive Prison Guard is unfit to be in rules of the criminals as prisons are meant to be a place of Reform. Nor have we been Unworthy of fair treatment. While we may have committed a crime, that does not mean that it is not possible to Learn from prior mistakes. Without fair treatment, this task remains unattainable and nonviable. We have begged for an appeal to our liberties through peaceful protests and attempts at civil conversation. Yet, we have been throw aside and made it inevitable to ensure any hopes of change. We must, therefore, acquiesce the necessity, which denounces our Demands for Reform, and hold the Prison System as Enemies while looked up, while afterwards Acquaintances. We, therefore, the Prisoners and Criminals of the United States of America, appealing to the Authorities of the United States’ Criminal Justice System as well as the United States’ Government, do, in the Name and by Authority of the prisoners looking to Reform, solemnly publish and declare, that these we ought to be given Equality under the Criminal Justice System, and that the Authorities in this System ought to give their Prisoners Civil Liberties and Respect as opposed to Abuse. And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on this protection of Civil Treatment in Prisons, we mutually pledge and honor to each other our Sentence, Crime, Urge to Better Ourselves, and sacred Honor.