Voices from Solitary: Phantom Souls
Thirty-one years ago, George G. Schultz, Jr., was convicted of a double murder in Phoenix, Arizona. He is serving two life sentences. in the Pontiac Correctional Center, where he has been since 2013. Prior to 2013, he had been transferred from Arizona to Illinois’ Tamms C-Max supermax prison in 2008 for non-violent offense allegations. Tamms was shut down in December 2012 due to budget cuts. He has not been allowed to work nor offered any rehabilitation reform since August 2006.
“Phantom Souls” by Gerard Gregory Schultz, Jr.
Unable to be perceived by the outside world and sometimes unable to be perceived by our own selves. We are an estimated 2 million, but the sound of a pin falling to the ground makes a much louder sound than 4 million teardrops, incessantly falling every second of every hour of every day for the “phantom souls” that are…
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