Chat and messages.?
It can leave comment on this page but not much good for chat and detailed mesages etc.Secure site with a certificate etc.Legal .This page is a secure page as well.
John Fran Norman, a Barnodos boy he served three years in Camp Hill,Isle of Wight and wrote a good few books before passing away in 1980.
I will recommend and link two of them on amazon, albeit secondhand, because they are out of print.
Cheaper copies are available at https://abebooks.comJohn Frank Norman June 9th 1930 - Dec 23rd 1980.
I use: https://www.1and1.co.uk
A basic MyWebsite package from them.costs about £10-£15 a month.A domain name anywhere between £10 and £24 a year, ,premium domain names can sell for £4000 or more.
Email box package, My Basic Email costs about £4.99 a month with plenty of email boxes, or £1.99 email box pack with 20 email boxes.
Not too expensive for those with the required digital skills.But if you pay for a website to be built for youfrom one of these packages it would cost £500 for the work, and that would be for a minimal site and extra for maintaining and adding to it.
Alternatively pay for someone who is active to publish your information notes, and share the costs involved.That should be very cheap.
A Journal such as this is the easiest and cheapest option.It doesnt cost anything to register and start using and posting your journal.
https://www.Livejournal.com Create your own account at the following web address.You need to choose a user name and password.Have an Email address and verify it by returning their email confirmation of you registration.
to make it more attractive go to settings/manage/ and then to "customize your LJ appearance".
This will give you options of free as well as paid choices of design of your journal pages.
Then go into the Profile heading and put your choices info of settings you want.Also on the edit Prfile tab you can upload a photo from you computer to make things look good on your posts and front page.
It is also possible to use mobile phone or tablet with this journal.
If you want to use professional options such as lots of links etc you will have to upgrade your acout to a "Professional Package" which costs about $19.99 a year.
If you want a design that is not a free one it will cost you about $25-$30 ,as one off payment.
It would be a good thing if more of you contributed your experience to online information services such as I have done.
Freedom being the idea I try to put into the music.My Statement,so to speak.
This album can be listened to on YouTube link which is on the Home page of my website.Buy a copy, digital or CD at: https://hamishmac.bandcamp.com or the link above.
I have spent time in the Bethlam and Broadmoor myself,17 years before the modernization of these places, where the flavour of the history, ghosts and memories of the past linger in the corridors and stories are past on by word of mouth.Where no outsider ever gets to see these incarcerated souls, who are not going to see the outside world again.This was the case for Richard Dadd.Born in 1817 and died in 1886 at 69 years,due to chronic lung desease.Dadd went a bit mad it seems after he come back from Egypt where he had spent time under the starlit desert night skies,out in the open with a tribe of Nomads,with whom he had blown his mindsmoking cannabis.
He ended up killing his dad when he returned and sent to the Bethlam.He had been a good artist and won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Arts at the age of 20.He was 26 by this time(1843),and stayed at the Bethlam until he was 46.He produced his masterpiece between 1855-1864.so it was finished off within 1 or 2 years after being transferred to Broadmoor.He had no painting materials, brushes, paints etc.it was created out of strands of his own hair, and left over beetroot and suchlike coloured dyes from food stuffs, tea etc,that he manufactured himself.
Having been in a similar predicament, I can predict what was foremost concerning Richard Dadd in this situation.firstly, 24 hours a day would be on his mind that he would have to overcome this imprisonment.Additionally means to doing so would have been considered by hook or crook.Also money, or lack of it would have been a majort factor.
He was also an Aertist and the inreligent man in this position would not ignore the neccessatiy of writing a book that was not normally possible to write.In this case paint a picture to put the experience onto paper.Very much a message in a bottle.So he concieved this masterpeice.It is very good.But,dont be fooled, on his mind as a major factor was the selling and making money out of this work.Had he been suceesful in getting his painting recognized at the time, he would have facilitated his freedom and financial security.
I am, well aware that a lot of the prosecution material used to hold a detainee is often misinformation, and that is standard procedure of not only services but government departments, Home Office and C3 division as well.The onus of proof should be on them but it is not.Legal defence teams would not get work if they refused to accept these basic precepts of misinformation as a starting point in defending a client.Crown Prosecutions Services also use misinformation as a standard practice to secure a prosecution.Guilty until proved innocent.It is up to you not to let them get away with it.
Many clients are well educated in forensic legal techniques, in many cases much better than professionals, especially in regard to their own cases, and therefore should try to put the information together to win a release from sections and detainments,themselves.
Obviously online tools are most effective.For those who cannot do this, they may be able to find ways to put information to paper, and find someone to use the online stuff.