Ramsey said when he was seen in medical that the doctor was noticeably upset that Ramsey was back down in medical to be reassessed and that she then proceeded to see two other inmates while making him wait again. Because the cramping had started to subside by then, he decided to go back to his housing unit. I told him not to leave again but Ramsey expressed extreme distrust in the medical staff. This is very frustrating and understandable and something we all kind of just have to deal with until he is transferred. Until then, we can all rest assured that he's alright for the moment. Whatever bug he seemed to catch is likely passing through his system. He not only says he feels better, he also sounds like it.
Speaking of the transfer complaints, Ramsey said that he doesn't want to keep requesting a transfer because they're going to send him to another facility that's associated with Rikers where he won't have the same internal social network that he is comfortable with like he does where he's housed at, well at least among the inmates. He said that him staying put until he is transferred to the prison that he's serving out the bulk of his sentence is the best possible thing that could happen for him.
Although food is an issue for Ramsey, it is not the only one. He said that everyone woke up this morning freezing. That there is no heat in the building and that the guards won't compensate for the cold by giving them blankets or another layer of clothing. He said that he was actually wearing a towel wrapped around his head because it was so cold. When requesting that heat be turned on, guards told various prisoners that the temperature wasn't low enough despite how it felt inside the jail. Ramsey indicated that this wouldn't have been a problem had he been allowed to keep the clothes that he came in with instead of having to wear a jail uniform.
Other than that, Ramsey encourages people to write as well as visit him while he as Rikers and always reiterates that I thank you all sincerely for your support.