Prosecutors drop most remaining cases in fatal prison riot – The whole prosecution was a circus – kra

Posted by on Mar 16, 2019 in Featured, Prison Abuse | Comments

A T V reporter (WBOC) just interviewed me about this decision … see link below.. This was the right move by Kathy Jennings, our new A G. She’s a smart gal and she sees the handwriting on the wall. Although I know from all my contacts that Floyd, the murdered guard, was very abusive, killing him was not the answer. But the fact is that the State does not know who really is responsible, so they “threw shit against the...

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DOC contracts with behavioral therapy provider – Let’s See What Happens – kra

Posted by on Mar 11, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Prison Abuse | Comments

It looks like they are trying, but let us pay attention and see whether actual improvements are accomplished. Attorney Steve Hampton, myself, and other advocates have seen too many promises and too few results. As I type, mental health care remains abominable at Delaware D O C and in most of America’s prisons! If you have a serious case of neglect or prison abuse, you can contact Steve at: Stephen Hampton sahampton@gradyhampton.com Grady...

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Milwaukee jail deputy sentenced for inmate’s 2016 death – Another Outrage in the Endless March of Prison Abuse – kra

Posted by on Mar 10, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

30 days! It was MURDER,  and the SOB should have gotten much more time. I remember the incident. More important, I remember vividly all of the abuse I personally saw … inmates in great pain while mean- spirited COs walked by their cells sniggering and mocking them … because they knew they could, time after time after time.  That S O B, Kashka Meadors,  who gave the order,  also should have gotten life. 60 days!?? This was flat-out...

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Warden Of Freezing, ‘Inhumane’ Brooklyn Jail

Posted by on Mar 6, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse, Videos | Comments

Here is more of the fallout from that outrageous incident of prison abuse which made national headlines when freezing inmates banged on jail windows to make noise. I read the 32 page Complaint – you can too – , and the lawyers involved did a fine job. Good thing the jail was in the city! There is a reason why most prisoners are in facilities far out of sight: out of sight out of mind. I am reminded of this comment by that great...

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A New Law Made Him a ‘Free Man on Paper,’ but He Died Behind Bars Marie Dianne Cheatham was making arrangements for her husband’s release from prison when he died.

Posted by on Mar 4, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

Thanks to Diane Ross/Cheatham, who sent me this article. Delaware, and most states, have a mechanism to release ill inmates, each of whom costs taxpayers over $100,000 annually to keep in prison. They are a safe way to reduce prison populations, and thousands of inmates should be released using them, but they are a joke. Delaware’s “POPS Program” has released only 4 or  5 people since its inception years ago! Here we see that...

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Infants as young as 5 months old are being detained by ICE, groups claim – I C E Prisons are the Worst in America! – kra

Posted by on Mar 4, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | Comments

I have talked at several locales about why I C E “Detention Centers” are America’s worst prisons – an abomination.   Excerpts from the Article: At least nine infants younger than a year old, including one who is just 5 months old, are being held in ICE custody at a rural Texas detention center without care that’s legally required. That’s what three immigration advocacy groups claimed in a letter to the...

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