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AARP West Virginia has presented its highest volunteer recognition, the Andrus Award for Community Service, to Danny Gray of Ronceverte.

The following is from Tommy Silverstein’s description of his life at USP Atlanta: The cell was so small that I could stand in one place and touch both walls simultaneously.

The ceiling was so low that I could reach up and touch the hot light fixture.

Danny also serves as Treasurer of the Greenbrier Lodge #42 A. M., as well as a member of Greenbrier Valley Shrine.

An active member of the Lewisburg United Methodist Church, Danny and his wife, Patty, have two sons and three grandchildren.

This may sound like a small thing, but it was my entire world.

Due to the unchanging bright artificial lights and not having a wristwatch or clock, I couldn’t tell if it was day or night.Frequently, I would fall asleep and when I woke up I would not know if I had slept for five minutes or five hours, and would have no idea of what day or time of day it was.I tried to measure the passing of days by counting food trays.Originally imprisoned for armed robbery at the age of 19, Silverstein is serving life without parole for killing two fellow inmates (whom he says were threatening his life) and a prison guard, and has been buried in the depths of the federal prison system since 1983.In his current lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Silverstein contends that his decades of utter isolation in a small concrete cell violate the Constitution’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment, as well as its guarantee of due process.I could speak to no one and their was virtually nothing on which to focus my attention.

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