Jail Reflections

Martha Hennessy’s Prison Diary, Dec. 15 – Feb. 4

February 17, 2021

Martha’s Prison Diary Dec. 15th 2020 Matt. 21: “Son go out and work in the vineyard today.” “John came in the way of righteousness, the lowly believed, you did not.” 28 hours now in the same room alone. I have to be let out to use the toilet. The food is bearable, drinking water OK.…

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Martha Hennessy Report, Feb. 5, 2021

February 14, 2021

Is it true that the wind Streaming especially in fall Through the pines Is saying nothing, nothing at all, Or is it just that I don’t yet know the language? Mary Oliver – “Wind in the Pines” There is a row of thirteen white pines that look to be perhaps 40 years old, on the…

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Two Weeks in the SHU (Special Housing Unit) by Patrick O’Neill, Feb. 13, 2021

February 14, 2021

As compiled by Rev. J. Mark Davidson, Kings Bay Plowshares 7 Support Group for Patrick O’Neill and Family February 13, 2021 Patrick O’Neill, Kings Bay Plowshares 7 anti-nuclear peace activist, began serving his 14-month sentence in the Elkton federal prison, Lisbon, Ohio, on January 14, 2021. This being a time of pandemic, upon entering the…

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From FCI Danbury, The Citadel of Calamity by Martha Hennessy, Jan. 13, 2021

February 6, 2021

The Citadel of Calamity (Sent to Nuclear Resister) January 13, 2021 I write to you, my dear readers, from Danbury FCI, sitting atop the most lovely hill on the western border of Connecticut. I don’t know who the first people were who walked this place before white displacement but I’m sure it was sacred, now…

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Martha Hennessy’s Report from Danbury, January 27, 2021

January 31, 2021

January 27, 2021 Today’s parable in Mark 4:1-20 is “a sower went out to sow.” The mystery of the Kingdom of God is granted to us. I’m still trying to understand any and all of the parables. This prison seems to have both barren and rich soil. And plenty of thorns and thistles to navigate…

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Martha Hennessy’s January 21 Report from Danbury

January 28, 2021

Danbury Federal Prison Camp January 21st, 2021 Tomorrow, January 22nd 2021, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons becomes a legally binding document. President Biden, in his inaugural speech yesterday, January 20th, spoke of the challenges our country is facing: massive unemployment, divisiveness, lack of truth telling and clear factual information, pollution, climate collapse.…

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Carmen Trotta’s First Prison Report -January, 2021

January 26, 2021

I am in the “Satellite Camp” of the Otisville prison. I never asked for the camp and I was very surprised that I was assigned there. The camp is a very low security prison, and it has some benefits (this is the prison camp that Michael Cohen spent his limited time in). I think the…

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Carmen Trotta’s Statement For Enactment of Treaty For the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, Jan. 22, 2021

January 26, 2021

Carmen Trotta’s statement from prison on the TPNW becoming international law We certainly owe a debt of gratitude to those who conceived and advocated for this international obligation. An obligation, one would think for human beings, for human dignity and our actualization, our destiny. For Americans, the timing of the treaty’s adoption into international law…

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Martha Hennessy – Dec.31,2020 First report from Danbury

January 10, 2021

December 31, 2020 The last day of the year is relatively quiet behind razor wire and chain link fencing surrounding these metal buildings on top of a lovely hill. Three oranges sit on the table as we pass the 17th day of a quarantine here at Danbury Federal Prison. Thank God for some fresh fruit…

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Fr. Steve Kelly’s Message to Oct. 11 Festival of Hope

October 11, 2020

       At the time of this greetings’ composing, Pharaoh is hospitalized with the plague. I’m not gloating although much could be included about karma. This neo-exodus reap-what-you-sow October surprise event should put us on the alert. Not just to be masked and vigilant aboutthe ubiquitous COVID-19,but also about nuclear weaponry and its custody, possession and proliferation.…

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Sign the Global Petition

(The petition has been delivered to the Department of Justice before the trial in October 2019 where the seven were convicted of all four counts. They are now being sentenced. You can still sign to show support, and you'll be added to the mailing list.)

This is a request that you join distinguished citizens of the world including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, other Nobel laureates and many others by signing our global petition to dismiss all charges against the Kings Bay Plowshares 7.

They face years in prison for exposing illegal and immoral nuclear weapons that threaten all life on Earth. The seven nonviolently and symbolically disarmed the Trident nuclear submarine base at Kings Bay, GA on April 4, 2018, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (View KBP7 reading their statement here.)