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I didn t know who Rubin Hurricane Carter was before I started this book but we got pretty intimate over the last few weeksHis story is amazing but also sadly not unusual I believe someone in the Kalief Browder doc said that innocent people get the worst treatment in jailprison because they know they do not deserve the treatment and they are likely to speak out against itIt s a snapshot of New Jersey penitentiaries in the 1960s1970s and again sadly not too much has changedCarter writes wonderfully often with interesting metaphors His speaking voice also interjects his prose and makes it that much IntimateRead This Alongside Watching this alongside watching Browder doc on Netflix and then check out the new book The Sun Does Shine a man s memoir about being innocent et on death Row Imagine Being Incarcerated For 20 Some Imagine
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incarcerated for 20 some for a crime ou know the police department knows and the department of corrections knows ou did not commit We re not talking about public opinion but certifiable facts that will prove A Caregiver's Guide to Lewy Body Dementia your innocence The Patterson PD has a bone to pick withou and they are going to stick it to Besser Php Programmieren you in a very big way Imagineourself being Rubin Hurricane Carter who went from a welter weight champion to a cause celibre of everything that is wrong in the American justice system He lays out his criminal past which began as a juvenile and how reform schools did nothing than make him a better criminal Around the same time he takes up boxing and makes a name for himself he took a tour of South Africa with the late Steven Biko who warned him if he wanted to live he better stop catcalling a white woman Right as the cusp of success th The best autobiography I have read Ever This book will forever stay on my shelf forever cherished A powerfully written and empassioned book by Rubin Carter a former contender for the Heavyweight Boxing Championship who was wrongfully accused for murder Heartbreaking but great book Rubin Carter s book is the heartbreaking true story about much of his life being spent in various jails for minor offenses and finally a racially motivated frame up for murders he did not commit The horrors of the in justice system and prejudice affecting this man s life are something that everyone should be aware of especially AmericansThe movie tells the also true story of the oung man who eventually overturned Carter s case and freed the man all beginning with picking up this book from a clearance bin at a book store proving the immense power that books can have over a person their life and the world lonliness at times is as important as a loverdavid and i stuttered and sputtered so much that we must have sounded like 2 angry machine guns firing across the room at each other but i never felt so relaxedit was the screaming silence the terrifying hush that pushed against my eardrums till the soundlessness had beaten them into useless pulpblack man kills a white man if he isn t killed on the spot hes charged with 1st degree murder and sentenced to life imprisonment or death meanwhile the same white man could massacre ten black men five women and three little children but he would only be charged with violating the dead niggers civil rights a penalty which would only net him 3 ears in prson if anything wheres the euality in that the white house jury black woman dismissed bc education 6th grade white man empanelled who had been mugged by black man and 5th education 14 jurors 4 w woman 9 w men 1 black man west indian6 week trial 2 hour verdict guilty but with mercy life in prison so no death penalty so they still had doubts if no doubt death mercy my black ass life in prison what life wife fell out of courtroom when verdict was read that hurt killed me right then What does it take to make someone a great fighter like Rubin Hurricane Carter This book might tell Things for the Surgeon you what it takes and then a whole lot THe book will definitely telou what it is like to ba an African American growing up in racist New Jersey You see it was this hard life pelted with racism that made the Hurricane who he was Born a fighter coming out of the womb he was the son to a Lutheran preacher who was rather strict around the house Hurricane one time saw someone stealing his families coal and beating up one of his brothers so Hurricane beat him up Instead of being praised for defending the coal his father punished Hurricane without even hearing his side of the storyHurricane s father would later move to a nicer house in a crappier neighborhood It was here that Hurricane would get introduced to the Apaches THe local neighborhood gang which would organize fights with rival gangs and steal clothes It was on one of these occasions where Hurricane had stolen a bunch of clothe Hurricane is the professional name that I acuired later on in life It provides an accurate description of the destructive forces that rage within my soulTHE HURRICANE IN POPULAR MEDIA Denzel Washington move The Hurricane 1999 Bob Dylan song Hurricane 1975 TOUGH CHILDHOOD The kindest thing that. On May 26 1967 the spiraling career of Rubin Hurricane Carter then the top contender for the world middleweight boxing crown came to a shuddering and tragic halt he and a oung fan were found guilty of murder of three white people in a New Jersey bar The nightmare knew no bounds as Carter traded his superstar status for. I can say about my childhood is that I survived itFIRST FIGHT When I Reached The I reached the I vaguely made out the outline of Bully s body in the obscurity of the coal bin His features blended almost perfectly into the blueness of the coal he was stealing The fighting became easier then and I found I liked it The we fought the better I seemed to get This was my first experience in fist fighting and the fruits of my victory were sweet indeed But when I entered the kitchen my father oked me with an unfamiliar roughness He locked my head between his knees pulled my pajama bottoms off and whaled on my ass with the cord from the iron But what hurt than anything else was that my father didn t even To Find Out Of find out little son had been justified in his actions or not he readily accepted someone else s version because it had come from an adult and not because it was the truth I couldn t understand it and I was hurt Hurt as only a small boy could be when his dad his idol has rejected the one contribution he feels he had made to the family saving their coalFIGHTING WAS A NEW POWER This feeling reactivated my newly discovered fighting abilities and as they struggled to pick Jimmy up I tore into them for all I was worth punching kicking and biting anything that got in my wayMORE AND MORE TROUBLE The object of each Apache was to run past the display grab as much of the merchandise as he could handle and then escape without getting caught The following day I was placed on two Los Hijos del Orden years probation for petty larceny my comeuppance in southern New Jersey to the Jamesburg State Home for Boysa diabolical place of horror that I would be forever sorry to have known existedLOSS OF HUMANITY I lay there on the cold floor and gasped for breath The concrete slowly cooled the heat of combat that raged within me but as it subsided something else died too I mean some feeling some sort of sensibility call it benevolence for my fellowman was gone now Wiped out in the face of this persistent violence hatred and fear it was replaced by a seething distrust of everything and everybody except Rubin Carter they were all mentally abused products of a morally abusing environment shamelessly vicious corrupt and depraved To make matters worse these were contagious ualities In order to insure my feeble existence in this chamber of horror I would have to forget about ethics and morality etiuette and formality it became an awareness a reality It was a phenomenon that would haunt me for the rest of my life People were actually afraid of me even my own family even LillianLONELINESS Somewhere someplace I had once read that loneliness at times is as important as a lover and that a true individualist has got to be lonelyDETERMINATION As I grew older and and embittered with life I became and committed to a philosophy of hardcore determinism I began to believe that every human being born on this earth and every atom residing within the universe had to follow its destiny and only survived to minister to its purpose that a greater ruling power call it whatou will shaped and formed all of life My next four jumps went much the same way and when I finally graduated and received my wings it was a great day of reckoning in my life It was a day in which I proved to myself that I could do anything I desired to do just as long as I had the will and determination to keep on pushing onSELF MASTERY I found that I could control some of the involuntary responses of my body If I didn t want to get tired even when everybody else around me was falling out from sheer exhaustion I wouldn t He had a stamina of the soul that outweighed any of my physical attributesFOCUS But inside me I felt a need to get something better for myself than this continual violence I knew I would never leave this place of tortured souls alive unless I could change my attitude reorder my priorities and rechannel all aimlessly spent energy So I decided to give up all of the worthless luxuries that most of the inmates craved My training program began at four o clock every morning when the church bells across the street would chime Once back from the mess hall I would sit down at my desk and read Sigmund Freud C G Jung and Machiavelli Then I would put my books away and furiously shadowbox for a solid hour At the end of the long hard day when everything had uieted down and cooled off after chow I would climb right back into my books Studying long and hard I learned new things about myself and about other people I was determined to grow rather than become stagnated and conform to the degraded ways that were this penitentiary s wont Packing up my books I would then get into the remaining exercises of my day push ups sit ups and shadowboxingDEPENDENCY Too much dependency in jail subdued a man s ambition and forced him to become a slave to his desires friends food excessive drink and women these were things I would have to stay away fromKNOWLEDGE Knowledge he said and especially of one s self has in it the potential power. A prison number and the concrete walls of some of America's most horrific institutions Originally published as an attempt by Carter to set the record straight and force a new trial The Sixteenth Round is timeless It is an eye opening portrait of growing up black in America a scathing indictment of the prison system Car.

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To overcome all barriers Wisdom is the godfather of it FREEDOM Although a man s behavior as well as his emotions can be controlled to a certain degree his once it has known freedom can never again be completely controlledPRIDE DIGNITY Stronger than dirt mightier than the sword satisfying than sex than life is pride men without dignity are like clowns without an audience pathetic and lost That meant I had to find some way to make him stand still and fight instead of getting up on his bicycle and backpedaling all night long And I had just the thing to do it with too his pride Because Emile Griffith was notoriously proudHUMILITY But a long time before I had decided that no matter how high I flew in my career or to what heights I scaled I would never get too big to remember my people or forget that I was still one of themRAGE uiet rage became my constant companion It formed crystal like against a solid backdrop of persistent helplessness terror and humiliationSTANDING FOR SOMETHING Once a man starts backing away from what he believes is of persistent helplessness terror and humiliationSTANDING FOR SOMETHING Once a man starts backing away from what he believes is he won t easily find a way to go forward againEMPOWERMENT THROUGH RELIGION But since embracing Islam I tried to look at the practical side of every situation sorting out the probabilities cataloging the possibilities and then mapping out a proper plan to meet the actionRACIAL INJUSTICES The white soldiers were allowed to go into the chophouses while the rest of us were forced to remain where we were eating cold bologna sandwichesBOXING FOR THE US ARMY Nelson Glenn had been the All Army Heavyweight Champ for the past two Why Place Matters years and was well on his way to repeating that feat again this season And here I was getting ready to box him me I bobbed out feinted then darted back in again and lashed out with my first punch of the fight a blurring left hook that caught the heavyweight flush on the point of his chin And down he spilled on the canvas It probably startled me than it did him It was at that moment in my life after having searched in strife for so manyears that I finally knew exactly what I had been created for fighting Two good ears during which I twice racked up the European Light Welterweight Championship by winning fifty one bouts thirty five by knockouts and sustained only five lossesSPEECH IMPEDIMENT I had an acute speech impediment at that time and could never say three clear words that made any sense to anyone but me Any effort I made to talk made my speech worse and therefore my habit was to speak as little as possible I trusted no one nor any material thing I never could talk and when incarcerated at Jamesburg I had stopped trying As I began learning how to talk with some clarity all the knowledge that I had picked up in the course of my life simply by remaining uiet and listening began to pour from my mouth like the unbridled NiagaraOTHER LIFE LESSONS But I found out that violent and destructive as the neighborhood was there was one good principle to be learned by all and it has remained with me throughout my life This was the acceptance of people regardless of race creed or color It s not what a man says that makes him what he is it s what he doesACCUSED OF A TRIPLE HOMICIDE On October 14 1966 Four Months After The Crime Had Been months after the crime had been John Artis and I were arrested and charged with triple murder Well I will tell ou in his voice it was there and everything around this case revolves around that simple fact They were Negro At about noon the jury went out to begin its deliberations They had an hour off for lunch another hour to smoke and get comfortable in the jury room It took them about an hour and a half to reach a verdict Their verdict was guilty as charged on all three counts but with a recommendation of mercy or life imprisonmentWORKING TO LEAVE PRISON So it was a white man again and a cop at that who came to my rescue He was Frederick W Hogan the same police officer who had stayed with me up in my training camp He had been overseas while I was on trial for my life When he came back home he uit the police force and joined the Public Defender s Office as an investigator Carter ultimately spent 19 Commentaries and Cases on the Law of Business Organization, 2009-2010 Statutory Supplement years in prison and was released exonerated He moved to Canada and died in 2014 I had a new sister named Rosalie Now that puzzled the hell out of me I mean I had always been under the impression that babies were found under cabbage leaves and this new development seemed mighty strange to me Here I was with a brand new baby sister and as I knew doggone well my father didn t have a vegetable garden Sympathy I exploded I don t wantour goddamn sympathy That s only a word between shit and syphilis in the dictionary and I ain t got any use for either one of them I saidFACTOIDS it was a steel enforced four walled enclosure that measured an even furlong A furlong is a measure of distance in imperial units and US customary units eual to one eighth of a mile or 220 ards Possibly one of the best autobiographies I have read Ever It is out of print but worth tracking down. Ter grew up in and out of and a mesmerizing re creation of his furious battles in the ring and in the courtroom set against the backdrop of the turbulent sixties The liveliness of Carter's street language its power and ironic humor makes this an elouent soul stirring account of a remarkable life not soon to be forgotten. ,


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