Welcome From Unilad

My story at Unilad. My story at Unilad's Facebook page.

This blog was started to document my journey through Arizona's deadliest jail. I was released in December 2007, but have continued to post stories online from my friends inside ranging from Mafia hit men to men who believe they're women. Here are short descriptions of them.  Jon's Jail Journal guide for new readers.

My story was featured worldwide on Nat Geo as an episode of Locked Up/Banged Up Abroad. Here's the full documentary:

My story is a trilogy of books, Party Time, Hard Time and Prison Time. 

I have posted lots of prison-related videos on my YouTube channel. Here's some prison survival advice:

Please feel free to Tweet me any questions here or post them to Facebook here.

My 17 tips on surviving jail in Arizona.  My fish survival guide. 

The prison strip searches included getting your foreskin searched:

Prison sex and rape are common in Arizona:

One of my cellmates was a serial home invader torturer who I didn't get along with:

In this video I describe how the gangs work:

News broadcast of Aryan Brother murdering an inmate in the jail I was at. The inmate had refused to beat someone up for the gang:

The guards in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jail like to murder the inmates too:

CCTV footage:

My full hard-hitting talk to schools about my journey:

More jail Survival advice:

Here are questions I answered for Nat Geo and what I'm up to now.

You can read my jail book, Hard Time, for FREE by downloading it here to any device .

Shaun Attwood

From T-Bone (Letter 45)

T-Bone is a massively-built spiritual ex-Marine, who uses fighting skills to stop prison rape. T-Bone’s latest letter from supermax, Florence, Arizona:

There are many cell warriors in supermax. Because the cell doors are rarely opened, guys yell shit at each other, day and night. Cell warriors are possessed with a deep-seated evil or confusion. They love to say and do things like call another man the N-word and spit on him when he walks past, or even throw piss and crap on him. It can be dangerous because they aim for the crap and piss to get in your mouth and on your eyes. That’s why the guards walk around with face shields. They talk trash, saying anything they can think up that they hope will get under your skin. As well as the N-word they like to call black men “boy.”

Sleep is hard. It comes and goes, sometimes good and sometimes not. The guys over in pod 5 are really loud when the lights go out. They show no respect to the others in here at all.

The showers are too small for me. They stink and they are full of bugs and roaches. The guards make us clean our toilets with our hands without cleaners of any kind.

There is no sunshine or any fresh food at all. In My main problem is trying to eat right in here, but other than that I’m cool. I take it one day at a time.

Shaun Attwood