NY Federal Court Denies Summary Judgment on Claims of Improper Medication Seizure, Evidence Fabrication, Improper Frisk During Prison Visit

Posted by on Mar 8, 2021 in Featured, Prison Abuse |

This is good news not just for Ms. Bobbit; ten years ago nearly every judge would not have let her proceed, because they had no idea what really goes on in our prisons.  They are starting to see the light. Excerpts from the Article: On September 21, 2020, a New York federal court issued an order denying the state summary judgment on some claims arising from a woman’s visit to a prison that resulted in her prosecution for bringing her seizure...

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N.J. man brutally beaten by correctional officers, left in own feces, lawsuit alleges. He died days later. Abuse, Neglect, Cover Up – kra

Posted by on Mar 5, 2021 in Featured, Prison Abuse |

If I had just $5.00 for every similar case I have seen, I would be wealthy! YOU should be outraged, because, in every state, YOU are paying for all of this preventable abuse! Excerpts from the Article: The last time Elizabeth McNair spoke to her younger brother in August 2019, she said he relayed a haunting threat from a correctional officer at the Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Avenel. “You are gonna die up in here,” his sister said...

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Almost 300,000 Fell Ill and 2,000 Died from COVID-19 in U.S. Jails, Prisons

Posted by on Mar 4, 2021 in Featured, Prison Abuse |

This article was sent to my by my good friend and excellent attorney, Steve Hampton, Esq.   Excerpts from the Article: Health experts at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) agree that keeping people from coming in close contact with one another through social distancing is the most reliable method to stop the spread of COVID-19. So is the need to quarantine positive cases from the uninfected. However, the layout and...

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Lawmakers Grill California Prison Officials on Misconduct Reporting Failures

Posted by on Mar 4, 2021 in Featured, Prison Abuse |

No shit. Prison officials routinely lie like hell and ignore court orders! Lawmakers should insert more accountability and enforce it! Excerpts from the Article: The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation promised to improve how it handles inmate reports of staff abuse and misconduct but delivered a bureaucratic mess instead. California prison officials sat before a panel of lawmakers in Sacramento two years ago and promised to...

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Former inmate sues Tippecanoe County Jail

Posted by on Mar 3, 2021 in Backgress - Sessions, Featured, Prison Abuse |

This affects YOU! All of this preventable litigation in every state is paid for by YOU!   Excerpts from the Article: A former inmate has sued the Tippecanoe County Jail as well as leaders of the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Department after the jail allegedly failed to administer required medications to him and protect inmates from COVID-19. Marcel Brown, 25, was booked into the jail Sept. 5 on charges of armed robbery and theft, and was...

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Jail Lockup Tied to Early Death in U.S. Counties A new analysis suggests jail incarceration rates may help drive causes of death like infectious disease and suicide among county residents.

Posted by on Feb 25, 2021 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues, Prison Abuse |

This should surprise nobody.  Given that one’s physical health is tied to one’s mental health it stands to reason that those who see and experience all of the abuse, despair, and horrible health care in our jails, will be more ill and even commit suicide. By the way, there is NO effective mental health treatment in America’s jails or prisons, and this is part of that story. The despair and the contagion do not vanish when men...

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