Rodrigo, for the most part, is soft-spoken and reserved. If you do, you’ll be marked by everyone as someone that’s easy to press. Upon getting off the bus and being led into admissions, what was the first thing that struck you about your initial exposure to Rikers? Inside New York's notorious Rikers Island jails, 'the epicenter of the epicenter' of the coronavirus pandemic . Your email address will not be published. The population in prisons have gotten much younger, and most of them are in there for gang-related crimes. Legally, every prisoner who has not yet been tried has the right to be present at the funeral or the wake of a close relative. A firm believer that the owls are not what they seem. Copyright © 2020 CVLT Nation. Rodrigo: Right. And while convictions have been made in various cases, there has always been this lingering rumor that it still occurred. You start talking to yourself. It’s part of their community. There were a lot of fights that were based just off of race. That’s all you are. I would definitely sit him down and explain what could happen to him. They had to get used to me being back and I had to get used to them being in my life. I have a son and I didn’t want to miss out on him growing up. Actually, pretty much everyone I knew had been there. I think most people have misconceptions about what a jail is and what prison is. Eric Harmon, now 20, said he was incarcerated on Rikers Island from 2010 to 2011, when he was 16, on a drug charge. Rodrigo: I came to see my mother in Harlem. ", He said, "I recommend anybody from the age 16 to 21 not go to Rikers Island. The officers can try and control those things, but they can never really be there all the time or see what’s happening around every corner. The white guys were neutral as there weren’t a lot of them at Rikers. When I first got in there, I was the only Hispanic guy in the unit. I guess he was in the hospital for two weeks. I went and grabbed my gun, walked up to the car and shot him. It’s hard for some people to accept that once you’re a felon, you can change. He also said he was put into the plastic handcuffs known as flexicuffs so tight "from my hands to my elbow is blue." The way the phones work is that you have a code to dial out, and everyone has a different number with limited minutes on it. On my end, you look at a lot of people in prison, and their fathers were never there. It really does a number to you. I dream about it. Your email address will not be published. Gonzalez said he once was slapped in the face and punched in his ribs by correctional officers for turning a sock inside-out incorrectly after a visit from his mother. As soon as you walk in, somebody is gonna ask you what hood you’re from, what gang you’re from. You can fight it, but you can’t beat it. Prison scars you. The drugs and money. After several inmate deaths, decades of lawsuits alleging inmate abuse and a two-and-a-half-year investigation by the U.S. Justice Department, the city in June agreed to let a federal monitor oversee reforms at the jail, which sits on a 413-acre bean-shaped island in the East River between the boroughs of Queens and the Bronx. His time there was horrible. What were the main differences between Rikers and the two prisons you were at? If you say ‘I’m Blood,’ you have to spit your lingo. Rodrigo: Well, I got caught with an attempted murder case. But one situation that really grabbed my attention while preparing for this interview was “The Program,” which was essentially a Correction Officer-sanctioned group of inmates who enforced their rules on other inmates through violence. Typically, there’s no internal investigation into an incident. From there, I went to the Greene Correctional Facility. My name is Sean Reveron. The island was used as a military training ground during the Civil War. When you talk to someone that hasn’t been to jail or prison, there’s always that notion that sexual abuse is a common practice among inmates. By. You’re nothing. We’re just setting them up to fail. For me, that was him crossing the line. Brooklyn, NY. Do you ever think that there will be a point where you tell him about being locked up? So you walk in and one of the first things you see is a phone. The only access into Rikers is the Francis Buono Bridge, which connects the island to the borough of Queens. I try and stay on top of him now. They actually told me that it was for a ticket, or some other bullshit like that. ", During a search on the school grounds where inmates attend class, Eric said he was ordered to strip naked. While I was being processed, I had to talk to an Assistant District Attorney for Manhattan. But my mentality – what I knew about Rikers – was that as soon as I walked in, I was going to have to fight someone. Correctional Health Services handles medical care for the nearly 5,000 inmates currently held at Rikers Island and other city-run lockups. It makes the guard’s job that much easier. That’s all there is to it. If someone wanted extra food and I knew they weren’t supposed to have it, I’d always say no. My family basically said it was them or the gang. They beat me up for a little bit. Rodrigo: When you go to prison, it’s not just you that goes in. So yeah, it was really over using the phone. Rodrigo: Actually, no. When I showed up, she told me that the police had come by and were looking for me. I usually woke up around five in the morning. You’re looking for that connection with somebody else. And now I was looking at initially fifteen years away, and then five to ten years. Rodrigo: I took a plea bargain. I was so used to being in prison. You’re in there by yourself. Sooner or later, he might come back and I’ll see him. And it still happens. From your time there, would you agree with that sentiment? Sometimes people make mistakes. You’re there, and the idea of getting out is gone. So making that decision wasn’t that hard or tough. I've visited two hundred correction facilities around the country and I can tell you, Rikers is every jail; and every jail is Rikers. Hot pots to cook food. While the report said the causes of the widespread abuses at Rikers were “systemic,” the people who received the alleged mistreatment, were, of course, individuals. And while I know this going to maybe bring up some painful memories, how did you end up there? It’s inside you. I’m institutionalized, without a doubt. He didn’t really know me, which was hard. Once you’re in there, you’re in there. You’re here because you fucked up and they make sure you know it. Being observant and just didn’t want to become a victim, which I did. The guard ended up lumping his face up pretty bad to the point where he had to go to the nurse. Blacks stayed with Blacks. Rodrigo: Rapists and child-molesters are definitely on the bottom. Back then, a lot of the Mexicans in the neighborhood were picked on by the African-Americans. At first it was just fighting. So I really had to take a look at my life and decide what I wanted. Now comes the first night. In an incident after a lockdown, Karamoko said an officer pulled him out of a class, escorted him into another room and started beating him. I was being pressured by them to give people up. It embeds its way of life and culture into a person. Did you have any clue as to the reputations of these two prisons before heading there? But over time, I got over it. If you give every minority you catch a felony, that’s a lot of people who can’t vote. What was your situation like? At Rikers, none of that happens. They become institutionalized. A member of the Blast Beat Network. He remembered his "skin feel like it’s coming off, can’t breathe, you can’t see, so you don’t know what to do." Rodrigo: I was actually at two prisons upstate. In prison, they typically have TVs in the cells. Can you walk me through the admissions process that you underwent that first day? When I was sleeping after coming home, if someone walked by the room, I would wake up. Typically, your job in the dorm depends on the office. Unless you’ve done time or had a loved one incarcerated, the emotional gambit that wreaks havoc on the lives of those affected is almost unimaginable. Perhaps the easiest way to began this interview is to ask the hardest question first, the one that’ll set the tone for what is to follow. Rather than go to trial, I took the plea. When I heard that I was getting charged with Attempted Murder…that’s not a petty crime. You’re fighting every day. While Rikers was deemed a fit location for a workhouse, its prevailing use was as a landfill. There’s no way around it. Where would you have ended up? And people especially don’t forget shit like that. I want to show it to him and stress what could happen. I didn’t. Fast forward three months. I mean, I was seventeen at the time. As our time together and familiarity with one another increased, I approached the subject about his time served. It forced me to accept that I had to get used to that environment. Jared Peartree said he was 18 when his two-year incarceration at Rikers began in 2013. And if you do get some kind of response from the guards, it’s not a good one. You’d wake up and go to school and see a pool of blood on the sidewalk from someone being jumped or robbed. Which dropped my charges down from Attempted Murder to Attempted Assault in the First Degree. Published. Donte Walker, 21, said he was 16 when he was first detained and served time on Rikers from 2010 to 2012 for assault, possession of a firearm and armed robbery. The COs (corrections officers) treat inmates bad in there.”. The type of discussions that never got too serious and were, to a degree, small chit-chat. Her stunning, award-winning debut book, Lockdown on Rikers: Shocking Stories of Abuse and Injustice at New York’s Notorious Jail, published in 2015, opened many eyes and strengthened the growing #CloseRikers movement. “And then they dragged me all the way to the intake. I’m sorry, but you’re more likely to get stopped and arrested if you’re one of those two groups as opposed to being a white person. People that I knew. Did you feel acclimated to the system that was placed around you? Rikers Island was named for the man who purchased the land in 1664, Abraham Rycken. So this guy walked up to me and started pressing me to give him my information. Their voices can’t be heard. Not so much the brick and mortar foundations that composed these institutions, but the lives that are carried out – and sometimes extinguished – within the confines of these state and corporate-sponsored buildings. I miss it sometimes. The first was that of a father murdered on the street, but the family asked that the son, who was at Rikers, not come to the funeral. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. So seeing her was really hard. “For adolescent inmates, Rikers Island is broken,” said U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara today, as he presented a truly horrifying report detailing how … I went to Auster, which pretty much served as my intake process until my papers were processed. Every race has their own gang, and it was apparent who was who. Was there any retaliation for the shooting? Rikers’ population has swelled significantly since a drop in the summer, with 4,821 inmates on the island as of Dec. 4, according to data from the … The Robert N. Davoren Center on Rikers Island houses men 18- to 21-years-old. It was a family owned island until 1884 when the land was sold off to the city for a mere $180,000. If you want something, you’re gonna have to give me something. At that point in time, the Hispanic population had grown and I was one of the guys in charge of them. Some people come home from prison and shower in their boxers. And I’m still not sure to this day if it’s because of his nature, or if it’s what going to prison has done to him, but it always struck me as conveying a sense of “I’ve seen things.”. Thank you so much for the interview Rodrigo! On the days I got to see my family, that was the worst. The gang I was in came under a federal investigation for a number of things. You’re surrounded my wolves, and if you look like a sheep, it’s gonna happen. That’s when it becomes a bigger problem. And I think that’s not fair ’cause we younger.". PHOTO: A person holds up a picture of Layleen Polanco, a transgender person who died at the Rikers Island prison, during a Black Trans Lives … The thing about Rikers is that most people who come here haven’t spoken to their friends or family for a few days. Rodrigo: Then? The entry way and the bridge to Rikers Island, in Queens, New York on June 25, 2014. He’s my priority now. But then it turns into something else. I had payed him twenty thousand dollars to fight this charge. So, alongside my partner in crime and wizard of photography Nathaniel Shannon, we hiked our way uptown into Harlem, a neighborhood steeped in history, culture, violence and the looming threat of being swallowed up by rapid gentrification. There are so many young people that go into that system and before you know it, they’ve been in and out for twenty or thirty years of their life. And the fact that they put me – anyone really – away for that amount of time, it fucks with you. In response to questions from Reuters, a spokesman for Rikers Island Department of Correction (DOC) said: “Since Commissioner (Joseph) Ponte’s appointment last year, he has significantly reformed the care and custody of adolescent inmates, resulting in substantial decline in violence in the adolescent facility.”, The spokesman added that safety for staff and inmates is Commissioner Ponte’s “top priority” and that “DOC has a zero-tolerance policy with regards to abuse.”. Damien Norman (above), 20, said he was 17 while awaiting trial on Rikers Island in 2012 for robbery and said his wrist was broken in an incident involving a corrections officer. We kept going till they came in and dragged him out and moved him to another block. Which they don’t really care about, nor do a good job of. When they picked me up, they didn’t say anything about the shooting. I try to get involved with the community and other projects. They ask permission to use the bathroom or to eat. "He smacked me. One time at Rikers, there was this kid who must have been sixteen or seventeen, and was in there for raping a little girl. I was born in L.A. on April 8th, 1969. Rodrigo: Absolutely. It was in the bathroom, as there wasn’t any cameras there. Prison is where you’ll serve the rest of your sentence. New York City had on the books a population of 8.2 million people at the time. I was used to seeing them and my son every day. You’re just another number going through. Was there a moment or a conversation you had where you realized that you needed to turn things around, not just for yourself, but for your son and family? ATTACK ON RIKERS ISLAND (Book #2) SOMETHING TERRIBLE IS HAPPENING UNDERNEATH RIKERS ISLAND As a rookie, Corrections Officer Nicholas Billings matched wits with a satanic serial killer. You start screaming at the door. What was Rikers’ reputation to someone who was born and raised in the city? I mean, some people leave prison and come home and get right back into trouble. A couple other COs (correctional officers) jumped in. It’s everyone in your life that loves you that goes in. Over the course of two hours, while sitting on the front steps of apartment, witnessing spring finally being ushered into this urban sprawl, Rodrigo walked us through the three years of his life spent in the American prison system. I remember him saying, “You’re in my house. And I didn’t want to take that risk. You have to stick with your own. I still have all my state-issued paperwork. When asked if he reported the incident, he said, “’Cause who you report it to? In one incident, Harmon said he was taken to a room without cameras. When my lawyer told me that, I initially freaked out. Murders. And this might sound weird, but in prison, you have more freedom than in jail. I walked in and it just hit me, “Shit, this is real. “Knew a guy that told horror stories of working at a men’s prison. Eric Harmon, now 20, said he was incarcerated on Rikers Island from 2010 to 2011, when he was 16, on a drug charge. They don’t try to put their hands on them or none of that. New York City plans to replace Rikers Island with four new jails by 2027. He said he was hit by a correctional officer and he struck back. If I went to trial, it was a gamble. Our son is the priority. The way I looked at it, I could plea out, do the three and half years and have my life back. The place stinks because of all the people, but it’s masked by the smell of pine-scented cleaning products. How did you originally become involved with the gang you were in at the time? Karamoko said he attempted to fight back and was beaten by a group of officers who then shot him with pepper spray. So that just makes it even worse, knowing that still won’t be able to talk to anyone. Vidal explains that Rikers is a "toxic island", built on waste and positioned near the airport The detention centre is due to close by 2026 and … I would have been dead. I had to fight back the tears. Had it sunk it yet how serious of trouble you were in? Over the course of hanging out, I came to find out that he had recently served a sentence in Rikers Island and two other prisons in upstate New York. You pretty much have to be in a game, and if you’re not, you’re a big exception. They just look at you and say, “Fuck no, you can use the phone when you get assigned a dorm.” You’ll go through intake, which is where you sit and wait for all your paperwork to be cleared and a dorm assigned to you. But that’s just what the vast majority of us do. I can’t vote until I’m off probation. Can you break down the typical social hierarchy in prison? And they were very open about the fact that if I didn’t help out, my time would be a lot harder. I would be sleeping and swear I could hear music. It was notorious – and that’s using a light term to describe it. You can’t walk in there and show fear or back down from anyone. Catch up on the day’s top five stories every weekday afternoon. I just walked away. Just to be clear from here on out, can you explain the difference for those that aren’t familiar with this system here in the United States? What were the events that led up to you being arrested for the shooting? I've never seen a film like this before—it is the raw truth of what it is like to be on Rikers Island. While white supremacy is... For centuries, American culture has been that of recklessness and carelessness for fellow humans; agree or disagree, the facts are the facts. I half expected him to turn the notion down, but to my surprise, he was incredibly open to the idea. So if you get in a fight with them, you’re gonna end up with broken bones – or worse – and put into segregation. While just about anyone can walk through its gates because of a crime, not everyone can make it out, or even through their sentence. Rodrigo: Over the three months that I was there, I had already been through three lawyers. I don’t want that for him. As you were being transported over that bridge, what was going on in your mind? I was seventeen years old and hanging out on 115th Street around Park Avenue. The guards don’t give a shit about you. After it happened, the ambulance showed up right away and from what I was told, that’s the only reason he survived. You walk into there and you know it’s a jail. The guards slide the food through a little slot in the door and that’s it. It was the gang or them. A place we’d rather not think about. I’ve always been intrigued by prisons. The prison system is a business. Reuters was not able to independently verify their statements. They don’t have the time, the money, nor the resources to help people. A person that watches those around him carefully. That’s still true. If I didn’t get locked up, I could have been involved in a lot worse and looking at a lot more time. The officer is going to get a few days off to rest, and then come back to work. Just to get a reaction from the guards. After that, it just made me be more aggressive and hostile.”. After that, it’s your time. That I was going to be there for a while. Rodrigo: You know what, yeah, but I’m reserving it for the right time. There was this one really small, puny kid. People that don’t have money to hire a lawyer to get proper help. Courtesy of the Department of Correction For hundreds of young people on Rikers Island trying to finish high school, even Zoom is out of reach. But a lot of states won’t allow you to, ever. But now, maybe. My baby’s mom broke up with me while I was in Rikers. If you walked into a dorm and you were the only Hispanic guy, you’re going to have a hard time. Zumana Karamoko, 19, said he was 16 when he was held at Rikers in 2012 for armed robbery and two assaults. I was imagining things. The prison staff tends to pay more attention to the gangs and what’s going on with them in the prison. The first fight I ever got in there was over the phones, if I’m not mistaken. You have people going to prison for petty crimes. Were you ever exposed to a situation or witnessed a moment where this kind of thing happened and was swept under the rug? They bus itself is the yellow school bus everyone sees, except that it says “Corrections” on both sides of it, and the windows are guarded by wire frames. By Sonia Moghe, CNN. To think otherwise would be foolish, ignorant and plain inhumane. There’s just a really bad vibe. Updated 12:27 PM ET, Mon May 18, 2020 And while in my younger years I had the lovely chance to be a guest at a county jail – a stay that woke my ignorant ass up to where my life was headed – not everyone is so fortunate. I turned 19 in there too, so I went with the adults. When I went to the party, it was pure luck that he showed up. Rodrigo: Intake is what everybody new has to go through. That feeling of being a part of something, I guess. Any kind of connection. As a native of New York City, before you went into Rikers, what was your understanding of what went on there? Nathaniel Shannon. But prison has changed, though. "After someone is sentenced in New York City, their next stop is Rikers Island. Rodrigo: Rikers Island is a jail. Gonzalez said, "I just got slapped while my hands were on the wall, right in the face. But at one point he did shoot at me, about a year before that. It was all gang-related, and the guy got shot close to the heart at a baptism party. Required fields are marked *. There was this one officer who had a tattoo of a little black baby with a noose around his neck. You can actually get packages in prison. The morning I was picked up by the police, I was taken to a court in Manhattan and from there went straight to Rikers. Prison is your permanent home for however long you’ll be there. The Dominicans were typically large guys, so they always stuck together. No contact with anyone outside of the guards correct? I had no idea it was for that. To us, the law-abiding citizens of America, this is a place for people who deserve to be there. Because once you do that, it spreads to everyone else and other units. Your time on the phone is limited, which is maybe one of the worst parts. If I went to trial, I would have done the full fifteen years. So it just hurt knowing that I wasn’t going to see them like I did before. It’s really frequent. I mean, I got shot in front of my apartment once. Photographer Elizabeth Shafiroff sought out seven of these former inmates to hear their stories, which follow. June 9, 2016. I met Rodrigo about three years ago through various friends who I had worked with at an old job. The guards don’t care. From the daily operations, to the social hierarchy built as a necessary means of control, prison is a world unto itself. That next morning, around six AM, they showed up again and found me there. I’m in jail.” There’s something about it. I work my ass off. You’re nothing to them. That not everyone will always be a bad guy or whatever. What was your typical day like? But in many jails and prisons, specifically the lower security wings, you’re in a pod with a multitude of other people. Was there anything in particular that really shocked you? But not everybody is like that. After all is said and done, what are your thoughts on the American prison system? Rodrigo: Being locked away. He was there for less than a day. The island is thought to be named after Abraham Rycken, a Dutch settler who moved to Long Island in 1638 and whose descendants owned Rikers Island until 1884, when it was sold to the city for $180,000. I hadn’t seen him in almost two years. Norman said that during one prison lockdown, a guard “bended my wrist all the way up to the highest and it popped.” Norman said he was sent to solitary confinement immediately after. My family gave me a choice while in Rikers. There is a smell to prison, says Johnny Perez, a former detainee at Rikers Island-- the vast 400-acre jail complex named for the speck of land adrift in New York's East River on which it sits. They put me in what is called “The Shoe” or the “The Box” for forty-five days. They know everyone from top to bottom. I think that’s another way of keeping minorities down. In one incident, Harmon said he was taken to a room without cameras. How prevalent were the gangs in Rikers during your stay? For example, the Mexicans in Rikers were notorious for having bangers – shanks – and being very violent. Rikers Island-just six miles from the Empire State Building-is one of the largest, most complex and most expensive penal institutions in the world, yet most New Yorkers couldn't find it on a map. He took it from fighting to a whole new level. And there’s only so many of them. He was on his knees pleading for us to stop, banging on the bubble window – where the guards control the cell – begging to be let out. Is it broken? But there comes a point where you just give in. But I couldn’t say anything. There’s no contact with anyone. Storm On Rikers Island is the first book in an ongoing series containing stand-alone stories with continuing continuity. “Rikers Island is a city of its own, it is the hell hole jail. Among all these various cultures, religions and lifestyles, Rikers has always had a reputation for being a pit of hell. 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