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my original plans from prison was to come home and consolidate to relocate to Ga. this has been documented on my progress reports.
my children live in Ga. they have a company business there. this will be no problem. i am disabled and awailting the reinstatement of ssi.
again, i want to address any unforeseen problems addressing this move. i will most certainly abide by the rules but feel it so unappropiate to be belittled referenced as a sociopath! "Ted Bundy". although i am a felony, no one is perfect in this world. some get caught others never due. i understand i have a PO who is quite untolerable but the manner in which he handles things is the problem. i assume by your answer to suck it up and accept any and all he throws at me due to my misjudgement? again, i certainly don't want to jeopardize not being able to transfer.
what are you saying, going through this situation "i have NO rights?"
clearly i am understanding that i can go forth to the sentencing judge. however, my question is PO's are justified and can talk and treat people in any manner they deem appropiate?
please understand i am NOT disagreeing with his enforcement of the rules. However, i do have a problem with him yelling at me and hanging up the phone abruptly on me mid sentence! As well as calling me a sociopath. This is the behavior i am questioning and concerned with. Maybe i am not being singled out and this is his way of dealing with people. Whatever the case i think it is very unappropiate. That is what i am asking you about. The acceptable behavior of a PO. What are the limitations? I have no lawyer and could i be target because of this? Would it be in my best interest to get a lawyer if his behavior continues?
Although i have severed ALL contact with those still incarcerated and the ones who have been home. Other associates that i acquired in prison and who chose to keep in touch with me while i was stayed incarcerated upto 18 months NEVER had any problems like this. Could i be singled out due to my case?
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