Letters From a Charlottesville Jail Episode 6

 

 

 

If you would like to mail a letter to Cantwell address is as follows and must have a return address:

Christopher Cantwell Inmate #631424
Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail
160 Peregory Lane
Charlottesville, VA 22902

You can put money on his account by going on jailatm dot com and making an account or sending a cashier’s check or money order to:

c/o Christopher Cantwell
PO Box 7626
Charlottesville, VA 22906

He can receive books at the mailing address but they must come from a commercial vendor directly and must be softcover.

  • LUBE
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    You deserve to be loved Chris! Don’t let people tell you that it’s wrong to play with yourself! Xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

  • Edd the cat

    Lets hope Chris keeps strong and gets out once his case is heard. We need to sue Chancellorsville and have them fund the alt-right generously for the next 20 years.

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  • Mister E

    Saturday night communist hate hour, straight out of big brother… The WMD scam was horrible, it really hurt the right, the Iraq war and the syria war and the current anti-iranian rhetoric is because they are/were Shia Moslem run nations, they are the biggest existential threat to both Israel and the Sunni Saudis. So after 9/11 when sunni arabs attacked the USA somehow malicious forces within the USA and our government were able to use the same attack as a pretext to jump in and join those same terrorists in their regional struggles…. Cantwell is innocent, who thinks this guy is a threat??? Listen to him. The danger of Cantwell is that he takes the altright from being some conspiracy theory peddled by whackies into the realm of a thoughtful discussion that is based in reality. It is not the whole system that is against Chris, many people in the USA still believe in protection for those that would voice political dissent, many judges, attorneys offices and the what not would not hold these charges up, Charlottesville is rolling the totalitarian dice.

  • Mister E

    To Mike saying he doesn’t care if every mosque in this country is being spied on and he thinks they are, I am 100% sure that the feds are not monitoring the Islamists to that degree, they, moslems, do not speak English and they have huge numbers in some places, there is not enough agents to know a quarter of what is being preached in Islamist mosques. They, government security agencies, are spending more time reading comments on the Chris Cantwell website then monitoring Islamists. With the moslem the best they can do is paid informants who inform what they want when they will as it suits them.

    • pookiedammit

      Mister E…if that is your real name – you are very sick and need a mental health intervention now!

      Paranoid Personality Disorder
      People with paranoid personality disorder (PPD) have long-term, widespread and unwarranted suspicions that other people are hostile, threatening or demeaning. These beliefs are steadfastly maintained in the absence of any real supporting evidence. The disorder, whose name comes from the Greek word for “madness,” is one of ten personality disorders described in the 2000 edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders , (the fourth edition, text revision or DSM-IVTR ), the standard guidebook used by mental health professionals to diagnose mental disorders.

      Patients with PPD are delusional (except in rare, brief instances brought on by stress ). Most of the time, they are no longer in touch with reality, and misinterpret others’ motives and intentions. PPD patients are psychotic and their conviction that others are trying to “get them” or humiliate them in some way often leads to hostility and social isolation.

      People suffering from PPD are very difficult to deal with. They never seem to let down their defenses. They are always looking for and finding evidence that others are against them. Their fear, and the threats they perceive in the innocent statements and actions of others, often contributes to frequent complaining or unfriendly withdrawal or aloofness. They can be confrontational, aggressive and disputatious. It is not unusual for them to sue people they feel have wronged them. In addition, patients with this disorder are known for their tendency to become violent.

      Despite all the unpleasant aspects of a paranoid lifestyle, however, it is still not sufficient to drive many people with PPD to seek therapy. They do not usually walk into a therapist’s office on their own. They distrust mental health care providers just as they distrust nearly everyone else. If a life crisis, a family member or the judicial system succeeds in getting a patient with PPD to seek help, therapy is often a challenge. Individual counseling seems to work best but it requires a great deal of patience and skill on the part of the therapist. It is not unusual for patients to leave therapy when they perceive some malicious intent on the therapist’s part. If the patient can be persuaded to cooperate— something that is not easy to achieve— high-dose medications are recommended for treating such specific problems as anxiety, but only for limited periods of time.

      If a mental health care provider is able to gain the trust of a patient with PPD, it may be possible to help the patient deal with the threats that they perceive. The disorder, however, usually lasts a lifetime.

      • Jeremy

        YouTube “Connie Marshall” and watch some of her court appearances. She definitely must have PPD. It’s sad. I feel bad for her. She’s so out of realities grasp.

        • pookiedammit

          Yet, who was charged with a felony and sits in jail…day after day after day… How is the weather in you imaginary nazi world?

      • Mister E

        hmmm, I completely disavow my previous comments, truly a good example of delusional with me

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  • Jeremy

    The prosecutor surely is looking to make a very loud statement. Those charges are the most ridiculous over reaches of judicial maligning. Felony count for malicious bodily injury utilizing a caustic liquid and or substance. That’s the charge you get for discharging OC spray at an individual you perceive to be a threat who is also approaching you??? Is his legal counsel a public defender? Because I don’t know how the judge can remand without bond because of his danger to the public when he utilizes his “hate speech.” So basically you stay in jail because certain people might find your Constitutionally protected “hate speech” to be offensive.

  • LUBE

    prison is easy chris! You are so HARD and MANLY. Just don’t let them see you cry! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e3ab1573385838debc48df3494702ece7df8c3806a673a146270220a3c829e8.jpg

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  • Joey

    I only come here for the comments. You guys keep up the great work. I haven’t laughed this hard since the crying video 🙂