It Takes a Criminal to Know One
The one book that truly escaped from behind bars is now available for your listening pleasure! Hear the gruesome and horrific tales of how the government treats it's incarcerated from the eyewitness account of Moliere Dimanche. Learn how he faced off with death and corruption to achieved his own federal case law, and force the government to inspect mysterious deaths inside of the prison system and stop sweeping inmate abuse under the rug. Learn how Moliere changed the law as an inmate, and how his experiences can show you how much power you truly have over the powerful, even in society. 10 hours.
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Introduction - god bless the child
Introduction: God Bless the Child
God Bless the Child is an introduction to Moliere Dimanche and a description of what he faces as a "Writ Writer" commited to the custody of the Department of Corrections.
chapter 1 - anatomy
Chapter 1 of this book starts out with the anatomical make-up of the prison system. This is also where where you meet Dr. Dimanche as he takes you on the journey of performing surgery on the monster that is the System.
chapter 2 - viruses
Chapter 2 describes the Virus that is the Office of the Inspector General. Every rank of inspector is identified here so that you can understand exactlywho is responsible for prison affairs at every level.
chapter 3 - 50 mg pill
In the course of performing this surgery on the beast of corruption, Dr. Dimanche and Moliere give a synopsis on Julie L. Jones, the Secretary for DOC and compare her 50 milligrams of knock-off Benadryl prisoners are given for scabies.
chapter 4 - prescription
chapter 5 - heart attack
Travel to Madison Correctional Institution and meet the diabolical Captain Red Rock, the first staff member Moliere got fired for inmate abuse. Also, learn what really happened to Justin Campos when he was murdered at Madison.
chapter 6 - stomach ulcers and heart murmurs
Stomach Ulcers and Heart Murmurs
Go inside of Suwannee Correctional institution and see how inmates with disabilities are the most abused inmates, and how inspectors work alongside correctional officers to cover up inmate abuse and deaths.
chapter 7 - hereditary diseases
chapter 8 - white, blood, and cells
White, Blood, and Cells
Ever heard of "monkey nuts" or "ni**er toes"? These are little relics that the Ku Klux Klan use to brandish the murder of a black person. Learn how the KKK is preserving Jim Crow by taking off their robes and putting on correctional officer uniforms.
chapter 9 - psychographics
Is there a psychological cause for the evil we see emanating from the Department of Corrections? Join Dr. Dimanche as he lays out an analysis of the Realms of Awareness the Department of Corrections developed over time.
chapter 10 - ekg's and cat scans
chapter 11 - pills and potion
Pills and Potion
Who is Timothy Cannon? Should he be facilitating the executions of Florida prisoners without being in the capacity of Executioner? Why is he touching these inmates as they die? Why is his son accused of setting up inmates at Cross City Correctional Institution? Does he have free reign because of who his father is? Find out in Pills and Potion.
chapter 12 - the new pharmaceutical
The New Pharmaceutical
Moliere gives a synopsis of his federal law. That's right, while in prison, Moliere's fight against the powers that be landed him in the law books, a striking blow to the corrupt powers-that-be in the prison system nationwide.
chapter 13 - aspirin
As soon as Moliere achieved a federal law, he was transferred to a prison where the defendant officers had moved up in rank over the years. While there, he also witnessed the power of prayer as the effects of chemical agents were reversed on officers who gassed a man for praying in his cell.
chapter 14 - contact lenses
The State of Florida deploys it's lawyers from the office of the Attorney General to depose Moliere. Are they really ready to have an inmate personally prosecute their officers in a federal trial? Can Pamela Jo Bondi actually stand up to the legal prowess Moliere Dimanche gained in the prison law libraries?
chapter 15 - hearing aids
chapter 16 - antibacterial soap
How does the Office of the Inspector General really feel about the trouble and utter destruction Moliere Dimanche has thrown in their laps? Listen as a "Big Dog" personally comes to a prison to meet Moliere.
the real picture
The Real Picture
Is prison an accurate reflection of society? As our journey ends, Moliere gives his thoughts on how he really didn't miss a thing while incarcerated for all of those years.
*This download also includes the Convict's Glossary and a Table of Contents.