Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
Last days we have had some new arrivals: first of all, one of our formers employees, a girl called Suki Neox, charged with homicide. It’s unlpeasant to see someone who one day was a work mate dressed in stripes, above all with such serious charges against her, but it’s a reminder of the fact nobody is above Law. Her story seems to be a sad one, but she doesn’t like to talk too much about it. Besides her, we have another two new arrivals, both of the problematic: one is Vanessa Jones, a former teacher, quite violent during her intake. The other is Lisa Karlsson, charged with assault, insolent, stubborn and defiant. Besides, she has a difficult to understand accent, Scandinavian maybe… overall, a pain.
Another incident took place yesterday. A fire started in the trash incinerator, but the fire brigade acted quickly and controlled it without problems. According to Chief Jensen, the fire was accidental, caused by some sparkles going through an incinerator door that had been left open. The damages seem to be of not much importance: just some trash burnt outside the incinerator and some paint burnt at the rood and walls.
But nowadays, our main source of concern is the feud between Marjo and Lilith. It got worse a pair of days ago, when Lilith started to behave weird, telling that Marjolein was naked (despite she was, like all other inmates, fully dressed). They argued a little, Marjo threw mud at Lilith, while this one threw water at her. All seemed to be a childish incident, but yesterday, it had an unexpected aftermath: Lilith took advantage of some careless staff who let her door open in medical, found a knife somewhere there came to the inmates that were waiting for yard time. Then she took Marjolein and put the knife against her throat, threatening her. I discussed with her, telling her to stop, but only when I promised her let Warden Wycliffe decide about the incident, she left the knife on the floor. Now she is in medical again, awaiting for that decision. I hope the wardens aren’t too lenient with her…