Transcript for Former Inmate on Mitchell and Sweat: 'We Used to Call Her His Boo'
I know David sweat while I was in claimed correctional facility in 20112. 2012. We worked together and presents hellish job he was like the highest. Ranking I guess prison worker there he supervised. Everybody's work. Jack questions you know you asked him he worked directly under Joyce Mitchell if there was any any problems that needed to go beyond him you're related and civilian worker. And she would either come over and help or he would he would tell us what to do well David's relationship would Joyce. Was it was very familiar he acts like he knew Joyce for years they were they were very comfortable with each other. They would talk they would Diego they would laugh. She would bring. She as enjoys would bring him things like food should bring him art supplies colored pencils tattoo ink as one allowed to have in jail. I remember specifically one day was after Labor Day and she came in with a big plate of food for him it was. Barbecue chick and spare ribs. All types that stuff and we will we all went to lights and we came back from watching the centenary and and we all like you know the guys who knew him. We're like messing with whom we earlier all your girlfriend orchard you know. Where's the caller is boo that's what we call. There is a room in the back. It's it's immaterial room. And it's where we kept all the garments that we needed for today at ended today it would always go back to together you know some time for 1520 minutes sometimes longer. Sometimes you know I I don't ever remember because I'm just thinking back now I don't think any of this would be. You know important blade on thinking back now honestly you know they and they were in their old with I don't know if you've been inside that prison. But I tell you take a fortunate she would never think anyone could even get past the first layer of security in their let alone. Underneath the walls of served a leg for people that are doing life in there. Or a lot of time it always it crosses their mind they wanted to escape they wanna get out but in all actuality. Just finally did. Less than 1% of people who even try. What he put into his art work is what he put into the sixty. In his artwork he was very intricate every kind of detail. And that's how Philly doing this skate it wasn't just something that you know sporadically at this this this was something is thinking about for awhile.
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