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Transitions Crime Series- Meet Hanibal Chancellor

    Creator, writer, director, producer- these are only a few words to describe Hanibal Chancellor and all that he brings to the world of entertainment. The CEO of Overdose Entertainment has been doing it for over 15 years now. Producing videos-check, acting in movies-check, to now creating and producing a web and TV series. “I’m from the DMV […]

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Inside a SHU Cell

The dimensions of the cells in the Special Housing Unit at FCC Forrest City in Arkansas, a low security facility in the Bureau of Prisons Southwest Region are approximately 6-foot-by-9. The walls are painted off white and covered with gang graffiti of the prisoners who previously occupied the cell- LA from SURCO, El Cuate from […]

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Transitions Crime Series- Meet Hanibal Chancellor

    Creator, writer, director, producer- these are only a few words to describe Hanibal Chancellor and all that he brings to the world of entertainment. The CEO of Overdose Entertainment has been doing it for over 15 years now. Producing videos-check, acting in movies-check, to now creating and producing a web and TV series. “I’m from the DMV […]

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How to Run a Drug Dealing Network in Prison

At every single correctional facility in the US, a drug network something like the one I’m about to outline operates and prospers. Take it from me—I was recently released from federal prison after spending 21 years of my life inside- www.substance.com

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How Prison Inmates Get on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

In prison convicts are denied access to the social media outlets that people in the free world use every day. But as more and more prison systems are allowing prisoners to send and receive emails social media is becoming available to those buried inside the belly of the beast. Check out this article on VICE […]

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How an Aryan Brotherhood Prison-Gang General Became a Snitch

Most prison gangs operate with a Blood in, Blood out policy. Trying to leave the gang is tantamount to betrayal and snitching on the gang carries a death sentence. Check out this piece I did for VICE on the ABT General who ratted out his gang-  www.vice.com    

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