I've been there with management Jim. Looking back I wonder if I did the right thing spending all those years having to watch my back and worry more about crooked administrators more than inmates.
In the end I waited them out but I often feel as if I should have moved on like everyone else did. The effort and energy could have been put to a more positive use.
I was a whole lot more stubborn and hard headed in my younger days though.
The thing was by the time a new administration was put in place with orders to clean it up I already had a reputation as a troublemaker so the new administration helped me very little. There was less stress, but that's about it.
It seems like prisons are prisons wherever they are.
"A Mastiff is to a dog what a Lion is to a housecat. He stands alone and all others sink before him. His courage does not exceed temper and generosity, and in attachment he equals the kindest of his race" Cynographia Britannic 1800
"Unless you're the lead dog the view is pretty much gonna stay the same!"