For all enquiries, please write Tommy directly, or email  myself at barri.john@ntlworld.com


http://tommysilverstein.blogspot.com/


The above is the link to our sister site:

If any links fail to open, copy & paste to your Browser: or contact B.J. at barri.john@ntlworld.com

http://youtu.be/uzb27OV7qmo Tom interview with Pete Earley,

Please address any questions to me directly.Tom Silverstein, F - 04 - 406 - U. Reg No 14634-116. U.S. Penitentiary Max.

P.O. Box 8500. Florence Co 81226-8500.

U.S.A


Sending Money into a prisoner:



Federal Bureau of Prisons
Insert Valid Committed Inmate Name
Insert Inmate Eight-Digit Register Number

Post Office Box 474701
Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001

 

 

Tommy has produced many paintings and drawings over the years, to view these please click on the photo centre link on the side bar of the page.

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  •      Heres 4 addresses to write, but I’m sure they have email addresses I’m just not sure how to get them, so hopefully a more computer savvy mate can inform us how to get them .

     

    (1)

    Mr Samuels, Dircector

    320 First Street, NW

    Washington, DC 20534

     

    (2)

    Mr P.M. Laird, Regional Director

    North central Regional Office

    Gateway Complex

    Tower 11

    8th Floor

    400 State Avenue

    Kansas City, Kansas

    66101 – 2492

     

    (3)

    Mr Berkrbile, Warden ADX

    P.O. Box 8500

    Florence, CO

    81226 – 8500

     

    (4)

    Ms Pain sis

    Same address ADX. She’s in charge of my censor.



    If you have any issues with communicating with Tommy by Mail, delays, missing mail, mail not getting in or out of ADX, or any issue with the BOP concernting the treatment of this prisoner, please feel free  to write / email the following addresses:  remember to state Tommy's full name & Reg No:

    Tom Silverstein, F – 04 – 407 – U

    Reg No: 14634 – 116

    U.S. Penitentiary Max,

    P.O. Box 8500

    Florence, Colorado, 81226 – 8500

    United States of America

     

     

     

      .

    Internal affairs Division, Fed B of Prisons, 320 first street NW, suite 600, Washington DC 20534.

    Office of Inspector general, 1120 Lincoln street, suite 1510 Denver Colorado 80203

     












    Tommy Silverstein, official Website: 9 / 8 /14
     

    Unfortunately our site crashed and we  thought we had lost it completely, but fortunately a good friend and supporter had most of it saved, so its here in the folowling link, its not in chronological order, but it is dated to aid your peruasal.


    http://federalprisonwatch.blogspot.com/search/label/Thomas%20SIlverstein


    Remember our URL / site name: Thomassilverstein.com


    A message from Tommy:


    To: All my friends & supporters & of course, loved ones & haters. A long time no hear I know, I assure U, I’ve missed U all & your constant show of love & support which had helped me through many dark & hopeless storms! But sadly for legal reasons I had to take a reluctant hiatus, which is still N effect )-: However, 4 now, I wanna truly thank all of U who checks in even tho its been uneventful, 4 your due diligence & unshakable loyalty. As U may or may not of heard, I lost my battle 2 B released from isolation )-: But the War continues as we ready another appeal. Meanwhile, we’ll post my attorneys written transcript of her Oral argument B4 the 10th Circuit appellant court 4 those interested N the intimate details. We were only allowed 15 minutes 2 plead R case )-: But sadly, when we post their decision ,u’ll C they already had made up their minds, so our 15 minutes was just 4 show, so they can claim we had our case heard. Hopefully in the near future, we’ll B able 2 let you hear the hearing audibly, which is a riveting volley of pleas between David vs Goliath B4 a panel of 3 God – awful Judicial rulers. Only this battle, David was a petite Jewish woman with the heart of a Lioness & courage of a Blind Gun-fighter, who slain the Govt’s giant N vain when her plea fell upon Deaf ears & heartless souls )-: I realize many of U have already heared of the decision & even read it, so this is a bit ass backward, however, reading / hearing R defence may help 2 understand Y I say R plea fell upon deaf ears & Y they already had their minds made up & just gave their stamp of approval 2 what ever the B.O.P. does regardless of how it effects their charges ! We shall commence R Chat-room Guest-book when possible, so please stay tuned & thanks once again 4 your love & endless support! It truly means the world 2 me ! Your Pal....Tom Silverstein - Please read the Transcript on the link below.


    http://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/opinions/12/12-1450.pdf


    9th August 2014.

     

    Dear Friends,

     

    Sadly I bring you all more bad news from my personal hell-hole, last night I received notice from my Attorney that latest Appeal we filed was denied.

        After the 10th Circuit appellate court denied us any action, we were left with 3 choices, actually 4, 1) Do nothing, 2) ask that they reconsider it  but judges rarely, if ever, admit they made a mistake, so that was out of the question: 3) File top the Supreme Court, but its bad enough they can use my case in the 10th Circuit, to keep prisoners isolated indefinitely so I don’t want to risk setting a precedence , since once the Supreme Beings rule on a case, that’s law for the country.

        So we choose # 4 an en banc hearing, which is rarely granted. Asking all the Judges in the 10th Circuit (12 I think) to hear our case instead of the 3 who did. We believe “Particularity” points of law or facts were overlooked or misapprehended,  which I suspect you’ll agree after reading my Attorneys AWSOME motion (that hopefully with accompany this kite, so those of you interested can read it for yourselves)

         My Attorney and I need to re-group, so not sure what we’ll do next, but I’ll keep you posted as always.

    Your pal, Tommy


    What follows are 2 links regarding Tommy's message above, first the application for a re-hearing of the en banc, then follwed by the courts decission.


    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4C6ffzk5zGpTGlHdzNYSTNqTGtBQkdUX2R6MlowNlhtSFZr/edit?usp=sharing


    Then the denial:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4C6ffzk5zGpWGJtNjl4R0pVOEpGNUdvQWhxME9IV2llQjJv/edit?usp=sharing


    click on this link,to read the 37 page Amicus Brief.


    The following Blog is a bit more specific:


    federalprisonwatch.blogspot.com/2014/08/thomas-silverstein-civil-case-documents.html

    This is a letter to the court on behalf of Appelant Thomas Silverstein, containing much literature and references to the torture of solitary confinement, and is endorsed/written by:

    Amici include:
    (1) psychiatrists and psychologists who have dedicated their careers to studying and documenting the mental health of inmates across various prison facilities, including supermax prisons and segregation units; and (2) mental health professional organizations whose efforts are directed toward improving the mental health of inmates, including those in solitary confinement.

    The Association of Black Psychologists is focused on influencing and affecting social change and developing programs whereby Black psychologists can assist in solving problems of Black communities and other ethnic groups.

    Coalition for an Ethical Psychology is a group of psychologists that actively opposes the involvement of health professionals in state-supported abuse with a national security rationale, including solitary confinement.

    Mental Health America is a national advocacy organization dedicated to promoting mental health and achieving victory over mental illnesses and addictions through advocacy, education, research, and service.

    The Mental Health Project (MHP) of the Urban Justice Center is dedicated to enforcing the rights of low-income New Yorkers with mental illness. MHP has long been involved in efforts to end solitary confinement in prisons.

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots organization dedicated to ameliorating the lives of Americans affected by serious mental illnesses. NAMI has a long history of advocacy on criminal justice issues and is particularly concerned about the excessive use of prolonged solitary confinement on inmates with serious mental illnesses and the long-term negative effects of these practices on such individuals.

    Physicians for Human Rights is an independent non-profit organization that uses medicine and science to stop mass atrocities and severe human rights violations against individuals.

    Psychologists for Social Responsibility is an independent non-profit organization of psychologists and students that applies psychological knowledge to promote peace and social justice, including efforts to end solitary confinement.

    Stanley L. Brodsky, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Alabama. He has worked as Chief of Psychology at the United States Disciplinary Barracks in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, inspected solitary confinement facilities in 8 states as part of his clinical-forensic work, and conducts research and clinical assessment interviews for prisoners in a variety of isolation conditions.

    Carl Clements, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Alabama. He has written extensively on correctional psychology for 40 years and has inspected dozens of prisons in the United States regarding the effects of overcrowding, offender classification procedures, and the mental health needs of prisoners.

    Keith R. Curry, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who has over 20 years of experience evaluating conditions of confinement and its effects on mentally ill inmates.

    Carl Fulwiler, M.D., Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He has extensive experience with the mental health effects of isolated confinement, having interviewed over 200 inmates in over a dozen Segregated Housing Units.

    Rafael Art. Javier, Ph.D., is the Director of the Post-Graduate Professional Program and Professor of Psychology at St. John’s University. He has presented at conferences and published extensively on ethnical and cultural issues in psychoanalytic theories and practice, including on issues of violence and its impact on general cognitive and emotional functioning.

    Allen Keller, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Medicine at New York University School of Medicine and the Director of the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors ofTorture. Dr. Keller's scholarly work and research has included examining the impact of prison conditions and access to health care on prisoner health.

    Terry A. Kupers, M.D., M.S.P., is Institute Professor at The Wright Institute. He provides expert testimony as well as consultation and staff training regarding the psychological effects of prison conditions, including isolated confinement in supermaximum security units, the quality of correctional mental health care, and the
    effects of sexual abuse in correctional settings. Dr. Kupers has published extensively on prisoners’ mental health.

    David Lovell, Ph.D., M.S.W., is Research Associate Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington. Professor Lovell and his colleagues conducted systematic interviews with inmates and staff in long-term solitary confinement units, along with reviews of prison records and clinical status.

    Mona Lynch, Ph.D., is a Professor and Vice-Chair of the Department of Criminology, Law & Society at the University of California, Irvine. Trained as a social psychologist, her research focuses on criminal sentencing and punishment.

    Katherine Porterfield, Ph.D., is a Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine and a Staff Psychologist at Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture. Dr. Porterfield has worked as a clinical evaluator on several cases of young people held in detention at Guantanamo Bay and frequently consults with attorneys handling cases involving torture, trauma, and maltreatment.

    Keramet Reiter, Ph.D., J.D., M.A., is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Irvine in the Department of Criminology, Law & Society and at the School of Law. She is an expert in corrections, punishment, and criminal law, especially the history and uses of solitary confinement.

    Peter Scharff Smith, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Fellow at the Danish Institute for Human Rights in Copenhagen. During the past 10 years, his research has focused on prisons and human rights, specifically the use and effects of solitary confinement in prisons internationally and in Denmark.

    Hans Toch, Ph.D., is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany, State University of New York. He has served as a consultant to a number of correctional systems in the United States and abroad, and has received many awards for distinguished contributions to criminology and penology.

    Patricia A. Zapf, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York. She has conducted over 2,500 forensic evaluations in both the United States and Canada and has served as an expert witness in a number of cases, including the prosecution of José Padilla.