When the semi-Warden, Caputo, confronts Head Brute in Charge Piscatella , the CO claims that Poussey was “extremely violent” during the “insurrection.” If you are not fluent in cover-your-ass language, that translates to Poussey was “doing nothing wrong” at a “peaceful protest.” That 92-pound unarmed woman was a threat and that’s that.
All the colors of Benetton have united to fight a common enemy: the fascists in control. Not so sure that they are going to be able to fight the power. Who is going to care what the inmates have to say? Caputo, I guess, but he’s been so impotent that I’m not counting on it.
Caputo correctly orders his staff to not make rash judgments and antagonize the situation, so there is to be no witch hunt until facts have been gathered. Ha-ha! Caputo still thinks he’s running things though we’ve barely seen him at work. Chief Bully in Charge Corrections Officer Piscatella gives counter orders the minute Caputo’s back is turned.
You’d think Aleida’s release would be a happy event, but it’s bittersweet because her chances of thriving on the outside are iffy. She’s not sure that she has any skills. Being a lousy mom is not a career.
The COs are bullying and sadistic. Caputo, who was always marginally competent, isn’t doing anything to rein them in. Creepy, abusive Pornstache who indirectly caused an inmate to overdose and staged the scene as a suicide would probably find this appalling.
We got a scene of Crazy Eyes strolling the halls talking to a sock puppet just to mess with Judy. I think. One can never be too sure with Crazy Eyes.
Piper’s merry band of White Powerpuff girls is enjoying their new community of hate but there is some resistance from our regulars.
Piper is sparking a race war to maintain dominance in the used panties business. She’s like Walmart edging out small business.