THE GREATEST DANGER Facing You, the NEW OFFENDER in Today’s Prisons in America!

THE GREATEST DANGER FACING A NEW OFFENDER!

(and you’ll never guess what it is)

 

 

BY

 

The living breathing James Brown

 

US ARMY VETERAN

 

Author

 

THE GREATEST DANGER Facing You, the NEW OFFENDER in Today’s Prisons in America!

 

          I promise you; you have never met the Meanest, the most Hard-Core Sons of the Texas Plains than those that resided at the Ellis Unit in 1978.  1978, a year, a single year, that I will never forget.  And it was the worst of the Worst.  But before I finish, I will tell you about some even worse Men than what I witnessed in the Hell Hole of my Life.  Yes, Ellis, a Defiant, crazy world of untold HORRORS that I can only give you a glimpse of.

       And on Death Row way back then, there were the ABSOLUTELY MEANEST MEN I HAVE EVER SEEN OR KNOWN IN MY LIFE-These men were the Demon Children of Walking Death and they liked Death and KILLING folks.  Man, they loved it.  Yes, they absolutely loved killing like popping the head on a live chicken, but the chicken is one of us.  Men, like the meanest Man on Death Row-

 

James Demouchette-

 

aka DOOM

 

HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) _ An inmate known as ″the meanest man on death row″ was executed by injection early today for murdering two men in a 1976 holdup at a pizza restaurant. James Demouchette, 37, went to his death after the U.S. Supreme Court refused twice on Monday to halt the execution.  Sep 21, 1992

 

 

 

 

James DEMOUCHETTE

 

 

 

                                                              aka DOOM

       And I guarantee, this man was every bit the meanest on the one side of Death Row, but for me, the ONE WHO WAS ABSOLUTELY THE MEANEST, the one who loved KILLING like none other was-

Kenneth Allen McDuff-

aka BROOMSTICK MURDERER 

(March 21, 1946 – November 17, 1998) was an American serial killer suspected of at least 14 murders. He had previously been on death row from 1968 to 1972.

Crimes

McDuff was first convicted for raping and murdering three teenagers on August 6, 1966 — Robert Brand, Mark Dunman, and Edna Louis Sullivan — a crime that became popularly known as the Broomstick Murders. His partner, 17-year-old Roy Dale Green, was sentenced to four months house arrest and five years’ probation. Although McDuff was sentenced to death, the sentence was overturned when the U.S. Supreme Court abolished capital punishment in 1972. He served life with the possibility of parole.

Due to extremely crowded Texas prisons, McDuff was paroled in 1989

 

        Holy Cow, this man to me was WALKING DEATH-a man who loved to KILL Folks and why do I say this?  He told me so and even claimed to me to have killed a family of 5 that he never was given credit for.  He said that it was a two-story home and he killed from the Top Floor working his way down until he had killed them all.  And HE STABBED EVERYONE ONE OF THEM TO DEATH!  TWO PARENTS and three kids, including the girl his parents refused to let him DATE.

 And then he said he lit the house on fire and watched it burn down from atop a hill while he was drinking Beer.  But when he talked about it, he went into the planning and he is doing and then the watching with such an incredible emotional HIGH.  I mean he was Getting High by just retelling it.   Lord, he loved killing and even told me how much he missed killing folks and hoped that he would get out so he could kill himself some more folks.  Well, this FOOL got his Wish and he was PAROLED And then he KILLED some more folks, but we will ONLY know what he was re-arrested and charged with and no telling how many others he sent packing to the other side.

           But I left, I had all of that sort of  weird, strangely other worldly, sick stuff I could take, and it was enough to make a normal man battie as hell.  I mean, it affected me, and I will, I cannot forget how sick and mean these folks were.  Yes, a sickness like I have never seen in my life.

 

Kenneth Allen McDUFF

 

 

 

A.K.A.: “Broomstick Murderer”
Classification: Serial killer
Characteristics: Kidnapping – Rape – Robberies
Number of victims: 9 – 14 +
Date of murders: 1966 / 1991-1992
Date of arrest: May 4, 1992
Date of birth: March 21, 1946
Victims profile: Men and women
Method of murder: Strangulation
Location: Texas, USA
Status: Executed by lethal injection in Texas on November 17, 1998

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Kenneth Allen McDuff (March 21, 1946 – November 17, 1998) was an American serial killer suspected of at least 14 murders. He had previously been on death row from 1968 to 1972.

Crimes

McDuff was first convicted for raping and murdering three teenagers on August 6, 1966 — Robert Brand, Mark Dunman, and Edna Louis Sullivan — a crime that became popularly known as the Broomstick Murders. His partner, 17-year-old Roy Dale Green, was sentenced to four months house arrest and five years probation. Although McDuff was sentenced to death, the sentence was overturned when the U.S. Supreme Court abolished capital punishment in 1972. He served life with the possibility of parole.

Due to extremely crowded Texas prisons, McDuff was paroled in 1989. Upon release McDuff was arrested on a series of parole violations, but he was never locked up for any substantial length of time until he was arrested for the murder of a 22-year-old Texan woman, Melissa Ann Northrup, in 1992. He was implicated in at least three other murders. After being released, he got a job at a gas station making $4 an hour and took a class, at Texas State Technical College in Waco. One year after he left his job at a gas station and dropped out of TSTC, he began killing again.

As a wanted fugitive, he fled to Kansas City, but was eventually captured due to a tip from a profile on the television show America’s Most Wanted. McDuff was eventually sent to death row and executed on November 17, 1998 at Huntsville Unit.

According to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice death row section McDuff’s final words were: “I’m ready to be released. Release me”. McDuff’s body was never claimed by his family. He is buried in the cemetery of the prison where he was executed. His grave marker is adorned only with his death row number: X999055.

Effect on the Texas penal system

After McDuff’s second arrest for murder in 1992, Texas launched a massive overhaul of its prison system to prevent violent criminals from winning early parole. The tightened parole rules, extensive prison building projects and improved monitoring of violent parolees are collectively known in Texas as the McDuff Laws.

From July 24 to August 3, 1974, Federico “Fred” Gomez Carrasco and two other inmates laid siege to the education/library building of the Walls Unit. “Fred” Carrasco, the most powerful heroin kingpin in South Texas, was serving a life sentence for the attempted murder of a police officer.[2] He was also suspected in the murder of dozens of people in Mexico and Texas.[1] Having smuggled pistols and ammunition into the prison, he and two other convicts took eleven prison workers and four inmates hostage.[1]

At the precise moment that a one o’clock work bell sounded, Carrasco walked up a ramp to the third-story library and forced several prisoners out at gunpoint. When two guards tried to go up the ramp, Carrasco fired at them. His two accomplices, who were also armed, immediately joined him in the library.[1] The prison warden and the director of the Texas Department of Corrections immediately began negotiations with the convicts. FBI agents and Texas Rangers arrived to assist them, as the media descended on Huntsville.[1] Over the next several days the convicts made a number of demands, such as tailored suits, dress shoes, toothpaste, cologne, walkie-talkies and bulletproof helmets, all of which were provided promptly.[1] With the approval of Texas Governor Dolph Briscoe, an armored getaway car was rolled into the prison courtyard. Carrasco claimed that they were planning to flee to Cuba and appeal to Fidel Castro.[1]

After a grueling eleven-day standoff, the convicts finally made their desperate escape attempt just before 10 PM on Saturday August 3, 1974. They moved out of the library toward the waiting vehicle in a makeshift shield consisting of legal books taped to mobile blackboards that was later dubbed by the press the “Trojan Taco”. Inside the shield were the three convicts and four hostages, while eight other hostages ringed the exterior of the “taco”.[1][2]

Acting on a prearranged plan, prison guards and Texas Rangers blasted the group with fire hoses. However, a rupture in the hose gave the convicts time to fatally shoot the two women hostages who had volunteered to join the convicts in the armored car.[1] When prison officials returned fire, Carrasco committed suicide and one of his two accomplices was killed.[1] Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas, who was an onsite reporter for Houston‘s KPRC-TV at the time, later wrote, “It is a tragedy that two hostages died. It is a miracle all the rest lived.”[3]

The two female hostages who were killed during the incident were Yvonne Beseda and Julia Standley.[4]

Aftermath[edit]

Cuevas was held at the Ellis Unit while on death row

Ignacio Cuevas (July 31, 1931 – May 23, 1991), the surviving perpetrator, received the Texas Department of Corrections Death Row ID #526. Cuevas was received as a death row prisoner on May 30, 1975. Cuevas was held at the Ellis Unit, and he was executed on May 23, 1991.[4] Cuevas’s last meal request consisted of chicken dumplings, steamed rice, sliced bread, black-eyed peas, and iced tea.[5] Cuevas’s last words were “I’m going to a beautiful place. O.K., warden, roll ’em.”[6]

.  And then there was one more that was PURE EVIL-

Ignacio Cuevas- 

aka AZTECA WARRIOR

(July 31, 1931 – May 23, 1991), the surviving perpetrator, received the Texas Department of Corrections Death Row ID #526. Cuevas was received as a death row prisoner on May 30, 1975. Cuevas was held at the Ellis Unit, and he was executed on May 23, 1991.[4] Cuevas’s last meal request consisted of chicken dumplings, steamed rice, sliced bread, black-eyed peas, and iced tea.[5] Cuevas’s last words were “I’m going to a beautiful place. O.K., warden, roll ’em.”[6]

 

 

       And there were other infamous KILLERS there, but the three I talked about were the worse of the entire LOT.  And I will say this-Doom, well, he never gave me any problems.  And Broomstick Murderer, he didn’t either. 

        And well, AZTECA WARRIOR, he was an entirely different story.  He only talked in Aztec and whenever you came close to his Cell, he would bounce to the Cell Door like he was going to grab and KILL YOU.  I mean, if Death was in someone’s face, it was surely in his.  And there was no doubt in my mind, this man would kill you if he got the chance. 

    

 

Ignacio CUEVAS

 

 

 

                                    aka AZTECA WARRIOR

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Ignacio Cuevas
Age: 59 (43)
Executed: May 23, 1991
Education level: 7th grade or less

Cuevas and two other inmates of Huntsville’s Walls Unit sparked the nation’s longest prison siege by taking 16 hostages on July 24, 1974.

Accomplices Fred Gomez Carrasco and Rudolfo Dominguez were killed during a shootout 10 days later, along with hostages Julia Standley and Elizabeth Beseda.

Cuevas did not shoot either of the women, but was convicted under a law that holds all participants equally responsible. Cuevas was prosecuted in Houston by Harris County prosecutors.

 


 

Participant in Prison Siege Is Executed in Texas

The New York Times

May 23, 1991

An inmate was executed today for his part in an 11-day prison siege that left four people dead.

Ignacio Cuevas, 59 years old, the illiterate son of a Mexican peasant, was executed by lethal injection just a few yards from where two female hostages and two convicts were slain in the climax of the inmates’ siege and escape attempt at the Walls Unit prison in 1974.

He was the 146th person executed in the nation and the 39th in Texas since the 1976 Supreme Court ruling allowing states to resume capital punishment.

A last-minute appeal was rejected by United States District Judge Norman Black in Houston on Wednesday and later by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans. Earlier, a state appeals court rejected a defense motion that contended Mr. Cuevas was incompetent at the time of his first trial for his participation in the siege, one of the longest in the nation.

Tried 3 Times in Slaying

Mr. Cuevas, who was serving a 45-year term for murder at the time of the attempted prison break, was convicted three times of capital murder and sentenced to death for the slaying of Julia Standley, a prison librarian who died of shots fired by another inmate. The first two convictions were overturned on appeal.

Elizabeth Beseda, a teacher in the prison, also died in the gunfire.

Armed with three pistols and nearly 300 rounds of ammunition smuggled into the prison in cans of peaches and a ham, Mr. Cuevas and two fellow inmates seized control of the prison library on July 24, 1974, holding 16 hostages handcuffed and at gunpoint.

On Aug. 3, the three inmates tried to escape behind a shield, dubbed “The Trojan Horse,” made of chalkboards on wheels and law books. Eight hostages were handcuffed to the outside of the shield, and each of the convicts handcuffed himself to a woman hostage and took them inside the shield with a prison chaplain.

As they rolled the shield down a ramp, they were intercepted by officers. High-powered streams of water smashed into the shield and gunfire erupted.

The chaplain was wounded, but Mr. Cuevas and the hostage to whom he was handcuffed were unhurt.

Mr. Cuevas was tried for Mrs. Standley’s slaying under a Texas law that makes an accomplice liable for crimes committed in the same incident. Evidence showed the bullets that killed her came from the gun of one of the inmates who died trying to escape.

 


 

      But now, let’s fast forward to the present and to the Why?  Yes, the main reason I am now writing this-If you are worried about going to Prison, then sure, I would WORRY TOO. Yes, I would worry!  It still gives me chills thinking about the men I just mentioned.  Yes, I worked with them fools and they were the Baddest, the Meanest of the STONE COLD KILLERS I ever saw.  But hey youngster, that ain’t what you need to be worrying about, the following is-and it is very, very, very, absolutely the Most Real Freaky Strange Mind Crushing Stuff I ever saw and you too, if you are Prison Bound, will get your turn, have your turn in the Barrel like I had mine- 

THE GREATEST DANGER Facing You, the NEW OFFENDER in Today’s Prisons in America!    The Greatest Danger you will be facing is from the Mental Boys and Girls-the ones on Mental Meds-the CRAZIES!  

           No, youngster, it’s not the getting used to all of routines of Prison Life that will creep the crude out of you, no, it’s the FULL-BLOWN CRAZIES you are going to have to deal with.  Yes, the In Your Face Crazies!  And your next Cellie (U no, the inmate that they just put in with you in YOUR CELL) and guess what, he may be one worst of the WoRsT!  And yes, these Mental Babies were a handful to deal with for all of us in Gray as well.  And who are the Crazies I am referring to?

Offenders on Psych Meds!  

           You know, the Mental Medications to keep them UNDER CONTROL for whatever it is messing with their brains and keeping them from working normally.  Well, Psychological Medications are only so good and when Your Cellie QUITS taking them, then get ready for all heck to break loose cause you don’t ever know what the heck Your Cellie is are going to do or DO TO U.  And that Crazy may turn out worst than any ZOMBIE MOVIE you ever saw when he starts knawing on your leg or arm.

         Trust me on this one, and I do mean pull out your Trust Meters, The Mental Babies are the ones I had to deal with until they were SHIPPED to a Psych Unit to get their latest Mental Breakdown taken care of and then guess what?  When the Psych Docs fix the Meds, the Mental Baby gets to COME BACK & IT JUST MIGHT BE RIGHT BACK TO YOUR CELL!  CRAZY back in your cell and what’s it going to do?  Well, for one, it’s going to keep you not being able to sleep while you are stone cold afraid of Crazy’s Next Move.  

           Younsters, forget the gangs, you will survive them just like everyone does.  But you may not survive the Mental Coo Coo.  I mean these Pancake Heads are going to have out for you.  And what is really sic, they ain’t even gonna be meaning nothing by their Negative Behavior of smashing your head on the cold-very cold, and extremely hard cement floor.  Or cut off your ear while you are asleep because the Mental Baby done thought you weren’t even listening to him while he was walking back and forth talking to his imaginary friend or ghost or angel, or dead relative that won’t quit messing with them or so it was said.  But get ready,  you are going to find out like EVERYONE DOES!

       STAY AWAY FROM THE MENTAL PSYCH BABIES!  Them Crazies will KILL YOU!  They will HURT YOU and they will even write to your Mothers and use your name and write a Letter in Your own handwriting.  Yes, they do have some amazingly strange and odd tricks that their messed-up brains be having them doing.  Yes, the Mental Babies is the Hardest and the Worst part of a Prison Sentence today.  And guess what, no, they aren’t all in a Unit just set-up for Crazies.  No, them Crazies are all the Units and they are NOT CRAZY NO MORE when they get their Medications CORRECT!  

          But what you going to do when that Medication quits working or they just up and refuse to take them?  What is going to happen?  Well, guess what, they are going to come see you.  And why?  Youngster, don’t ask me why, but when you a new Offender, you automatically must give off a New Pheremone or something that just attracts them Crazies like the Living does on some Zombie Movie.  Man, you are the Cheese to their Rat Noses. And they will seek you out and they will flock to you like it was the Night of the Living Dead.  Don’t, please don’t ask me why, I was there and I still can’t tell you all the ends and outs about the Crazies.  But know this, you new?  You a newbie, well, they are going to be coming for you…they can smell you and they can SMELL YOUR FEAR!   Yes, fear attracts them too.

EXERTS were used from the following sites in the above write-

https://murderpedia.org/male.D/d1/demouchette-james.htm

https://murderpedia.org/male.M/m1/mcduff-kenneth.htm

https://murderpedia.org/male.C/c1/cuevas-ignacio.htm

       Yes, now you have it from someone who was really there,  knew and talked with the absolutely meanest in Texas, and now, you hopefully will keep yourselves out of any and all Prisons. 

       I pray you never are placed in any Prison and I pray for all who work, visit, and are incarcerated in all Prisons throughout the World and I ask God to hear and answer all of your prayers.  I do this every day of my life.  I really do.  If you had seen what I saw, you would understand the need for these Prayers.

God Bless…the living breathing James Brown, US Army Veteran, author-

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This crazy, odd, wild looking picture with the Dancing Puppet and the Prisons on both sides of the Puppet is that Crazy Feeling that you are going to get to experience for yourselves with them Crazies start coming out of the Walls to mess with you.  And the Walls are going to start come crushing down all around you.  Yes, Prisons today are the 

Land of the Crazies

I know you ain’t going to believe this, but when you get Locked-Up, trust me, Prison gonna make a Believer out of you.  Just like it made one out of me.  

The above is the stuff that still chills me to the bone.  Chills running up and down your back until you have small shaking sensations in your body.  

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