He Was Sentenced to Only Two Days in Jail, a Lawsuit Says. Three Months Later, He Killed Himself in His Cell. Robert Wayne Johnson’s wife is suing a Mississippi county, saying he was held past his release date and not provided with mental healthcare.

Posted by on Oct 13, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

I see several such horror stories every fucking week! Raise a ruckus about prison abuse!  It is costing you a fortune AND making us less safe!  Over detention is a major problem, because the “records department” in most prisons is as fucked up as everything else they do! READ Prison Abuse – Why Massive Indifference is a Massive Mistake – kra Excerpts from the Article: Robert Wayne Johnson was allegedly sentenced to two days in a...

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LGBT Chamber Rescinds CoreCivic’s Membership After Fierce Backlash The chamber’s board voted to drop the company after searing public comments at Tuesday night’s meeting

Posted by on Oct 12, 2019 in Featured, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

All private prison companies are cruel, inefficient, and ineffective, … in short, a disaster! … but CoreCivic is the worst! They should be denounced in every possible forum! Excerpts from the Article: The chamber’s board voted to drop the company after searing public comments at Tuesday night’s meeting. After facing a fierce backlash that was manifest in a heated public meeting Tuesday night, Nashville’s LGBT...

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Mentally ill prisoners are dying. Are private health care companies to blame?

Posted by on Oct 11, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

Yes they are! Corizon is notoriously terrible and is sued hundreds of times annually. This is so telling.  As I saw in Delaware D O C, the health care provider blatantly ignored the “settlement agreement”. “One year prior to Abdullah’s death … the Arizona Department agreed to comply with 103 performance measures, including one that required a licensed clinician to visit mentally ill minor inmates every 30...

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Marvin Mailey named chief of Bureau of Community Corrections

Posted by on Oct 11, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

From my prior dealings with Chief Mailey, and my knowledge of his operation of Dover P D, he may just be the right man for the job to solve some of the many problems with probation/parole/work release.  The problem for anyone inclined to improve Delaware D O C is that other staff and administration will file false reports and lie to them, to try to conceal their many wrongdoings.  This is a MUST READ if you have not read it! Probation and...

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Mr. Green and the Out of Control Beating Machine – Lawsuit- Prison Abuse

Posted by on Oct 9, 2019 in Featured, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

Once again, my friend Steve Hampton, Esq. has done a fine job in suing several prison officials responsible for the brutal beating of an inmate. What you read below is not an uncommon occurrence in today’s prisons. Unfortunately, the only way to greatly reduce such crimes is to LOCK UP SOME OF THE PERPETRATORS!  READ: How to avoid the deaths of prison guards and inmates Excerpts from the Lawsuit: DEFENDANT POORMAN 18. Poorman physically...

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Study on solitary confinement makes a tragic case for restricting it in the U.S. People held in solitary confinement were 127 percent more likely to die from opioid overdose.

Posted by on Oct 8, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse, War on Drugs | 0 comments

I was placed in isolation cells for 1,510 days. I saw many men go mad. “Thank you,God, for my strong spirit”! YOU should read: It’s not about What They Did to Me – Prison Abuse It’s not about What They Did to Me -Prison Abuse What these studies don’t tell you is that the isolation cells are used improperly and illegally very often by mean-spirited guards to shut up or punish inmates who try to complain about...

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