Who's the other guy???
1 year ago
Bobby Green is a mixed martial artist currently competing in the Lightweight division for the UFC.
So I get picked up in Atlanta, take me to Atlanta jail, I go in and put me in this modular, and I go in this modular and there's black people in all the different races, right? Well, over there they don't politic like we do in California, right? So this is my first understanding of how this system works, right? So I go in there and the only thing that you can't do in that system is you can't eat at the same table with a different race. Besides that, once you're up from the dinner table, I can trade with any race, I could do whatever, talk to them, chop it up. But you have to eat with people of your own race only? Only. Wow. And they tell you this so somebody informs you? Oh yeah. I got informed when I went in. So when I moved from Atlanta to California, California politics much different. You can't trade with blacks. You can't trade with others. You can't trade with... Wow. So you can only do trade with your race and then the whites get along with the essays. So what ends up happening is like, so you have others which are any other race besides Mexican white or black. And this is a car. It's called a car, right? So everybody has a car, their own race. So you have woods, you have skinheads, you have paisas, you got Mexicans, you got Crips, Bloods and others. And the paisas roll with the Mexicans, the skinheads roll with the woods. Yeah. And if something really pops off, some race... Click up. Then Mexicans and the whites will click up against the blacks and blacks... It's always on them against us. It always sucks to be black in them tongues. I'm telling you, really shit. Well we get... Hey, well we thump though. We thump. So we always knock them out of their way. So you start trying to figure out this shit. You get thrown into that fire and you're trying to figure out all these unwritten rules. There's no rule book or law book coming in and saying, hey, do this, this, this, this. Yeah. So a guy could really direct you in the wrong way if he wants to. Tell you some sideways shit and the next thing you know you're in a wreck. Ooh. So I go in... Set you up. So I go in... This was actually my second experience. It was my first experience in there. But my second experience, I go in and they put me into a psych ward, a psych watch. Getting extradited from Atlanta to here. And so I go into this area and I don't know anything. This black guy in the psych ward is like yelling in this module, you know, like, anybody want to learn how to play chess? Anybody want to learn how to play chess? You know, I was like, hell yeah, I want to learn how to play chess. Right? So I walk over, I sit down with this fool and he starts showing me how to play chess. But as a black guy at a black guy table and I'm a white guy. So now I just sat down with this black guy table and all the woods and all the skinheads in there, like now against me. Oh, no. No. But I didn't know. Oh, no. You had no idea. I had no idea. Oh, no. Right. So now, no, no. Yes. Without my cell pops and I go to walk to the shower and I walk past the other cell that pops, which is another, another skinhead in that room. And I go walk past his cell and his Mac. Right. So now we're fighting. Wow. You know, so clean this kid up. Now they move me to another module. So now this kid put a kite out like, oh, we got to get this guy. Because the other day. So, oh, fun. Yeah. So I'm moving this other module at the time. The institution had a lot of skinheads in there and the skinheads were politic hard. Like if they have numbers, then they'll push the politics, you know. And I looked like a skinhead when I went in. There's no hair, you know, like it's just bald guy going in there. You know what I mean? Right. They all start treating me like I'm one of them, but I'm not a fucking skinhead. So this guy come over and he's trying to get me to hide this little shank in my cell. Well, that's weapons manufacturing carries two more years. Oh my God. That's how people start getting hit. You start catching cases, more cases when you're only putting two, now you're doing 10. Mmm. It just stacks up. Go ahead. And then there's intimidation factor. Right. So this guy got a big ass swastika tattooed on his face right here. He drops lightning bolts everywhere. You know what I mean? Like this, he's lifer, you know. Right. So big shit goes down. We end up, I end up choking this guy unconscious. Oh Jesus Christ. Drag him out of my cell because he's trying to get me to hold this shank in my cell. I'm not doing this, bro. And he come in my cell, it's on. Right. So now we fighting, take this guy out, right? Choke him out, beat him up, drag him out, hit him with some elbows. Now he's leaking. So drag his ass out into the little modular. No, you can fight before you're in here. No. How long before they figure it out? Well, it took a minute. Where's your travel? It took a minute because most of the fighting goes on in the cell or in the shower. You know what I mean? So when the fight actually broke out in the open, when there was, I was fighting multiple people, is what happened. And then all the fucking guards watched, everybody's watching from their cells, you know, like this is a different time. So this whole incident takes place. I beat this guy up, take him out of my cell, right? Now they take him away. They move this guy out of the modular. Do they get mad at you? No, they just come in, you know, they don't really care. The guards don't give a shit. Really? So you fucked that dude up. Is he out cold? Does he have a... I choked him unconscious. Do they have to ask him what his story is? I don't give a fuck. But they don't ask you, they just let you go? It's okay? No. Is there punishment? That's what I'm getting at. They locked me in my cell. I couldn't get on my cell for like two weeks. Oh, for two weeks? Yeah. Just alone in your cell constant. Nothing but your cell. They won't pop the door. So what happens is for a certain amount of hours of the day, they got to pop the door and let you into a bigger cell, a bigger room, you know what I mean? So I just couldn't get into the day room for like two weeks. But the crazy shit of it all is like I'm trying to tell you, I'm trying to learn this system, right, this new rules. So what happens is this guy... Okay, we talk about the cars and the races, right? So each race has their own car, which means there's a key holder. And the key holder to that car controls the race. So they make decisions for the race. They can't keep other races out of car wrecks. Like now we got a feud with the blacks or we got a feud with the Mexicans or whatever. They call them car wrecks. Yeah. Well, if we get in a fight with them, the key holder is the guy that can communicate with the other key holders to the races and try and keep peace. They're going to go and delegate it. Wow. Yeah. And so I didn't have to happen where we were going to get down with the Mexicans and then our keys would go and they'd keys and we'd try to jump, we'd get ready to jump. And they shake hands, all right, it ain't going. It ain't going. And then it'd go back down. So, yeah, and you're trying to figure all this out. So what happened was I beat this fool's ass and now I got the keys. Oh, wow. But I can't have the keys because I'm a first termer. So first termer is not allowed to have the keys. But nobody wanted to try to take the keys from me. So in order for them to take the keys from me, they got to fight me, to take the keys away from me. Oh, boy. So that kind of changed the dynamics of the room because now I'm able to navigate with these other races and have these conversations with these fucking ignorant people that don't understand how to really talk. You know what I mean? Like how to communicate and keep things cool. They misunderstand what this guy says or misinterpret what this guy says. And next thing you know, it's hot for everybody. And it's just misinterpretations. Yeah, because they're dumb. Most of these guys are dumb, bro. Like there's like the cars. It made me in some ways, you sit there, listen to these guys. You're like, these guys really think this shit like they fight about the dumbest shit. Yeah. So cities fighting over teams, fighting over just the dumbest shit. Xbox and PlayStation. And somebody says I'm wrong and then that escalated into something that was personal. Yeah. That quick. So now they take me from there. That instant takes place right. And they resolve some of that stuff. But now these guys are in different modular. So now they're putting these kites out to try and get me as I'm going to court. So what happens, they catch a chain with some guys and then we go into these holding tanks, all these different holding tanks. And you get put in that holding tank with that guy that got a kite that's looking for you. And now it's on. It's cracking. You know what I mean? Whoa. So I'm sitting in my cell. I'm getting ready to go to court and there's two huge ass guys and they're in there talking to each other about trying to get me. But they don't know that it's me. So I'm sitting in there. I'm listening to everything that they're trying to do and how they're going to try and set this shit up. And I'm sitting right in front of them and they don't even realize it's me. Wow. And I'm thinking, honestly, I'm like these big motherfuckers. I'm thinking they're going to take me out. Like there's only so much you can do. You know what I mean? Numbers. So I make it through that whole process and I catch the chain. And when I catch the chain, they take you from county to state. And I catch the chain with the same asshole that I got into it with I took the keys from. Oh my goodness. And this is the keys that like been in the system a long time. Right. So now we catch the chain. We go over to Donovan, RJ Donovan. It's a four yard level four. Do you know how that works? No. Level four being the highest level. Most dangerous criminals. Yeah. The next level is Superdome in San Diego. So why'd they bring you to a level four? Because my charges, my charges, but the kidnapping, all that because those charges were so intense, they put you in with those people. Yeah. Holy shit. So I catch the chain, right? I go over there, I catch the chain and this guy's just like fucking kill you. I'm going to kill you. Like we're going to get you, you know. And I'm just thinking the whole time, like this chain comes off. I'm going to rip this guy's ass apart again. You know what I mean? So I go into reception and we're in a cell block, it's like 360 degrees with a gunner, all this stuff, some deaths, and they come check you in. And now ourselves, like we only, we don't get out of our cell now until they intake us, right? So now I'm in there, it's like three months. And there's this guy next door, we start talking through the vent to each other a little bit, you know. And we're playing chess and shit like through the little vent. Mm hmm. So I'm moving pieces around shit and they call me out to the day, to the thing, talk to the officers and this guy goes, I don't know this guy in the cell next to me. Right. And I walk past his cell and I hear him yell like through the thing, he's like, hey bro, kick that cord over to me. And I'm like kick your cord over, like kick that cord right there, kick that cord over to me when you come by. And I'm like, what the fuck is he wanting this cord for, you know? It was like connected to this fan, right? So when I come back, I kick this cord over and I wasn't going to do it, but I was like fuck it, right? So I kick this cord over there and next thing you know, in the night I get this fish come through, right? Like it's a, like they make a, like a string, right? With the thing on it and they swing it out into your cell. And you take this kite and then you can read the information on it or whatever, you know. So kite it around to everybody and get it to who they needed to get it to, right? Okay. So this guy shoots this little sheet kite over to me and I open it up and it's a fucking sack of weed, dude. Right? And I'm like, that's why this dude wanted that cord. He took that cord and he started a wick. So he started a fire and he had a bag of weed. So now he's smoking weed in the whole cell, it's like full of weed, bro. And he shoots it, I say, bro, I can't have this. Like I try to shoot that shit back to him. He's like, nah, you got to keep it. You get coffee with it, you get whatever you need, you know? And I'm like, oh shit, okay, you know? So my other celly that was in there, he was like, I'll take it. And I was like, fuck yeah, take that shit. So I got a bunch of canteen and shit, you know, like coffee and stuff for it. And so this guy like really was like thankful I did it for him, you know, like kick this cord. So I never seen his face, like never seen this guy's face, right? Just hear him talking through the thing. And so the guy I caught the chain with puts this hit on me. Like they want to try and stab me, right? So it goes around to the other key holders. The fucking guy next to me was a key holder for the Bloods. He's a black guy. Because I kicked that cord over to him, he hit me up through the cell, he's like, hey, he says, is your name Beanie? And I was like, fuck, right? I let go back over to the vent, right? And I said, no. And he goes, he goes, oh, good. And I'm like, oh, good. What the fuck are you doing to me, right? And I'm like, hey, I said, what if it was? And he goes, well, is it or not, fucker? I go, well, it's not Beanie. I go, it's Beanie. And he goes, it's the same shit. I go, OK, bro. He was like, hey, I'm going to let you know. They're going to pop this door and they're coming for you. And I was like, really? I was like, what do you mean? He's like, they're going to come and get you and this door pops. You're going to pop this door and you're going to go to shower and they're going to send some guys to come and get you. Oof. My other celly, he knows already. He didn't tell me. In order for that to go down, they have to tell your celly so your celly can stay out of the fucking way. Oh, wow. So he knows about it. He's known about it. And now he tells me through the wall and now I know he knows about it. You know what I mean? And I'm living in this room with this guy. So the door pops. My celly takes off running out of the cell. So I just I just posted up at the back of the cell just waiting, you know, and sure shit, two guys come flying in. One guy flying in, trying to stab me and then we're fucking scrapping, rapping all over the place. Fall out of the cell. We're up the stairs. Fucking push the guy down the stairs. We fall down the stairs. I'm tired as fuck, like fighting two guys. I'm tired. I'm lumped up a little bit and I look over this way and I'm barely breathing. Look over this way and all the fucking cops just watching. They're just watching. Oh, my God. So this other guy come over, he's kicking, kicking, kicking. I grabbed the other guy, drag him on top of me and I'm just choking him, you know, like trying to use him to deflect this guy from from getting at me. Right. And then realize this guy's out. He's not even awake. Push him off me and now it's just me and this guy and everybody in the cells watching and all the cops watching. So this tear this fucking guy's ass up. We leave and this guy never got up. The guy was choking. Never got up. Just eyes full of blood. Right. So. They send me to another cell block. I go in there there for a couple of days. Guard comes in. We're going to move you to to the gymnasium. So you move me to the gymnasium. Now I'm out of the cell block. I'm in a gym with 300 guys can walk around. I get yard access, all this stuff. Right. And the cop says, I really appreciate what you did for us out there. He's like, that was pretty fucking amazing. And I'm just thinking of myself like I want to get the fuck out of here. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself. I'm just thinking of myself.