Believed that even solitary confinement would turn out for good.
“The way that you do it is that you become very spiritual.
By being a spiritual person, you basically end up believing
that no matter what happens it’s all going to turn out right.
It may not turn out the way that you may think should be right,
but in the totality of events, it will turn out right.”
– Richard Fine
transcribed by Jeff Fenske
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNKWwseDu5Y]Richard Fine: His Darkest Moment in the LA County Jail
Two days following his unexpected release from L A Central Men’s Jail On Friday September 17, 2010 Richard I.Fine described the conditions in “coercive confinement’ and his eighteen month ordeal waging a legal battle for freedom from his solitary jail cell without an attorney. Full Disclosure Network® presents a ten minute video preview from a three hour exclusive interview featured on the Internet Website http://www.fulldisclosure.net .
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