Prison Service TV Fix - By Anon



In response to those complaining about the recent documentary of HMYOI Aylesbury. How many times does it have to be stated – the film makers go in with an agenda (to show violence and disorder preferably); there’s no story in the 99% of young people who comply and set themselves the task of getting educated and assisted in rehabilitation. The governors who allow cameras in also have an agenda (to show violence and disorder preferably); they want to justify more money and more staff and make people believe all the young people are thugs and reprobates. The staff at the prisons have their agenda (to show violence and disorder preferably); they want the public to believe they are hard done by and abused and assaulted every day so deserve sympathy, excuses for using violence against defences young people (yes, every young person is defenceless is a secretive institution against a dozen adrenalin drunk staff). The prisoners who agree to appear have their agenda (to show violence and disorder preferably); they want everybody to think they are tough and do not realise the consequences of their fifteen minutes of fame which could, in some circumstances, mark them down for life. The best action is not to watch these dramas.