1,825 Days of Hell is the shocking story of one man’s fight to regain his self-respect, dignity, and livelihood against a government bureaucracy so bent on exerting total control over his movements and activities that it was willing—and astonishingly able—to unilaterally revoke, without due process, his constitutional rights, including the most fundamental and cherished American right to freedom of speech.
It is the tale of a harrowing journey through the US parole system, a mismanaged and bloated bureaucratic labyrinth of onerous regulations, restrictions, and reporting requirements that more than half of all parolees fail to complete, most of whom are returned to prison—most often without committing any new criminal offenses!
In 1,825 Days of Hell author Jerry Tanner takes on a corrupt and self-propagating US correctional system that deliberately and methodically thwarted his every effort to become a hardworking and productive member of society once again, despite having been one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the health-care industries in the history of two states: Alaska and Maine.
A scathing exposé of our hopelessly broken American parole system told from the perspective of someone who experienced and was victimized by it, this book is a must-read for every American who values and holds dear the rights and freedoms embodied in our Constitution. As the author states, the Department of Corrections in these United States is in peril of becoming, instead, the Department of Incarcerations.