DECEMBER 24, 2010
A Solitary Jailhouse Lawyer Argues His Way Out of Prison
By SEAN GARDINER
Each morning for 5,546 days, Jabbar Collins knew exactly what he'd wear when he awoke: a dark-green shirt with matching dark-green pants.
The prison greenies of a convicted murderer, he says, were "overly starched in the beginning, but as time wore on, and after repeated washes, they were worn and dull, like so many other things on the inside."