(10). Diesel Therapy even though expressly illegal; is alive and well within the government agencies such as US Marshall Service, FBI, Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and popular with many Federal Prosecutors and Judges; Diesel therapy is when a prisoner is either coded by a special number in his or her records. Or non-traceable messages, mostly e-mails requesting harsh treatment and prolonged routing of a prisoner in custody.
(11). In the BOP for example dieseling would be; a targeted prisoner is being transferred from one prison to another 800 miles away. The fastest route available might be a prison jet in its weekly flights always lands at an airport 60 miles from the prisoners destination prison. The fastest way in which most prisoners travel from one prison to another; is the BOP buses the prisoner to the nearest airport that transports prisoners. A US Marshall; controlled jet airliner takes the prisoner to an airport near the prison the prisoner is being transferred to. BOP buses are waiting to take the prisoner to the new prison he or she has been assigned. This transfer is usually fast, and all comes about within a day or two.
(12). However, not for the special prisoner the BOP targets for added punishment. These targeted prisoners are given a long route, sometimes
weeks; sometimes months; to arrive at a prison destination 800 miles away. And in the process, messages are received by the hosting prisons in route, to treat the prisoner harshly and delay departures.
Example of a normal prisoner-not targeted for dieseling: A prisoner is being transferred from a Dallas , TX area prison to a Tampa, FL area prison. The BOP has weekly flights to hosting area airports such as Oklahoma City and Tampa Airport. A BOP bus would pick up the prisoner at the Dallas area prison; bus the prisoner to Oklahoma Airport where the BOP has a prison called a (holdover). If the bus arrived at Oklahoma early enough to catch the plane to Tampa, the prisoner would be at the Tampa area prison same day. If not, the prisoner might have to stay at the Oklahoma holdover prison for a short time ( usually between one and five days).
(13). A targeted prisoner would not be routed in such a manner. A targeted prisoner might be routed to be picked up in the Dallas area prison and then put in the hole one or more days. Then another BOP bus would pick up the prisoner, and take the prisoner to yet another prison before the prisoner got to Oklahoma. If the prisoner was lucky the next BOP bus would take him out of the hole and drop him at the Oklahoma holdover. Because this prisoner is one of the many targeted; he will stay at the Oklahoma holdover from one to six weeks. This targeted prisoner then may be flown to Atlanta holdover, (which is deplorable and inhumane) and again held from one to six weeks. This same targeted prisoner may again be flown to the Tallahassee holdover where he will be held between one to six weeks until a BOP bus picks him up to take him to the Tampa area prison. The whole prison transfer, for the targeted prisoner, could take four months and even longer.
Pic of a prisoner looking thru bars
What’s wrong with that, enemies of your
they are only “prisoners” government
(14). A great majority of these targeted prisoners are prisoners that the BOP; prosecutors; and federal judges don’t like for personal reasons. The targeted prisoner may have one or more suits against the BOP for employee atrocities. Or, even a prosecutor or federal judge. A prisoner can only file a suit for medical neglect, or prisoner abuse at the court nearest the prison he or she is in. By transferring and dieseling the prisoner during a suit, the prisoner may miss filings with the court. May loose an attorney as he may have to find another attorney and transfer his case to the new state he is being transferred to. If the case is not transferred; the prisoner looses personal touch with his local attorney that visited him. Most law suits fall apart with enough dieseling and the Bop, prosecutors and judges know it.
(15). Dieseling is a hardship upon each family member. Most cannot visit because of distance and the BOP makes sure each telephone call hurts the family pocketbook. A 15 minute telephone call from a holdover prison, local or otherwise; costs the prisoner family an average of nearly $9.00 per call. A prisoner calling once a day to his loved ones, will cost the family member $270.00 per month.
(16). In addition; the food at the holdovers, is for the most part, “deplorable”. Any meaningful medical services is equally as bad and any exercise area is a farce at the best. A law library is another farce. Plus these targeted prisoner will for the most part be treated harshly by staff.
?? What did they do to Kimball?
(17). At 7:00 a.m. on May 26, 2005 Texarkana prison told Kimball he was leaving immediately; and again, Kimball was refused his destination by all staff. Kimball was put on a bus and taken to Saegorville Prison outside of Dallas, TX. When he arrived at Saegorville; prison officials refused to provide Kimball his medication that was put on board in Texarkana. Also, the officer there took away Kimball’s lunch/ dinner they gave him before he had a chance to eat it. Kimball was put into a hole cell, while guards refused to allow Kimball a towel, wash cloth, tooth brush, tooth paste, or to take a shower. (please be informed that a prisoner in BOP transit is allowed “no” personal possessions at all). ( not a toothbrush, nor even a pencil).
(18). The next morning without washing, or being able to brush his teeth; Kimball was picked up and transported most of the day, ending up in Oklahoma holdover prison. Kimball was immediately informed by officials at Oklahoma that his final destination was Jesup Prison Camp; but it may take him a long time to get there. Gee!! I wonder why???
“Now” Kimball knew what the corrupt trio did.
(19). A prisoner, that is “not” going to a camp, but being transferred to a low, medium, or high security prison; is put in hand and feet shackles, placed in a BOP steel barred bus; then taken in shackles and put on a plane. However “not” prisoners being transferred to a camp. In fact! BOP policy states that camp prisoners are “not” to be placed with, or around, any low-medium or high security prisoner. We already know some BOP employees don’t obey even “their” laws.
(20). It clearly appears: That the trio of Administrator Mulisnic; Unit Manager Ms. Anthony; Case Manager Strong; and who knows how many others, came up with “their” perfect plan to get back at Kimball for criticizing Texarkana and some of their employees for acting unlawfully.
Another pic of a board meeting
(21). Diesel Kimball: The “plot” conversations (meeting), would have taken place, very similar to the following.
Kimball knows, if he is going to a camp; he will be told what camp, where, when he is leaving; given a furlough and put on a Greyhound bus.
Kimball also knows if he is being transferred to another “low” prison he will “not” be told where he is going, or when he will leave Texarkana; and that he will be sent on a bus in shackles; transported by the BOP and US Marshals.
If we tell Kimball he is going to a camp, and we are providing BOP transportation for him, with low, med., and high security prisoners; Kimball will make a stink about it, and we could be in trouble. Probably we won’t get in trouble; as we can pretty well do anything we want. Policy and law be dammed.
To play it safe, and give him a little dieseling as a good bye present from us at Texarkana; if we don’t tell him where he is going; Kimball will believe he is going to his fourth low security prison, and expect BOP transportation; shackles and all. No problems! Is that approach agreeable by all. (everyone agrees)
Great! Now you people take care of the dieseling route the BOP is to provide, and I’ll take care of the rest. And I’ll make sure no staff member tells Kimball where he is going.