Former Virginia inmate wins $1M in medical malpractice suit – And these cases cost YOU tons of money! – kra

Posted by on Jul 29, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse |

Who do you think pays, every year, for so many avoidable deaths like this? YOU do! Your tax dollars pay not only the awards and/or settlements, but the costs of the whole process: the court costs, judges’ salaries, and in almost every case, the salaries or fees earned by attorneys on BOTH sides, totaling billions of dollars annually! CALL me at 302-423-4067 if you want a full explanation of how this works! Excerpts from the Article: A...

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Therapy Dogs Bring Smiles to Somber Courthouse Proceedings in Maryland N./N – Call for MORE of This! – Letter to the Editor – What a Great Idea! – kra

Posted by on Jul 28, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues |

We should call for more of this, for sure! A program as simple as this one may well help to elicit the truth from children who have been abused or neglected. After all, that’s the goal! See my Letter to the Editor, below.   Excerpts from the Article: All kinds walk through the security checkpoints at the Frederick County Courthouse on any given day, but few manage to turn heads like Giuseppe, Welton, Zeke and Zoey. “We’re...

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Arrestee Dies in a Jail with No Medical Staff; Eleventh Circuit Reverses Dismissal

Posted by on Jul 28, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues |

If only I had $5 for each similar occurrence! I am reminded of the hundreds – yes, hundreds – of times that I saw guards walk by a cell with an inmate moaning in agony and asking for medical care, and ignoring them, saying “shut the fuck up” and often laughing as the went their merry way. Excerpts from the Article: On April 3, 2019, the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit reversed a district court’s dismissal of a...

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Mass. DOC is making a mockery of new solitary confinement regulations – Prison Secrecy is BULLSHIT! – KRA

Posted by on Jul 25, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse |

This is all too typical: prison officials who will not comply with the law, and try to hide their real operations. What these articles don’t tell you is that THE primary reason people are put in solitary confinement is to try to shut them up, stop them complaining about all of the abuse! See related articles on prison secrecy: prison officials are trying to hide their crimes,and if you don’t think so, you have no clue about what...

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What do YOU think? Should universities be blamed in fraternity hazing deaths? Lawsuit says yes

Posted by on Jul 22, 2019 in Featured, Other Issues |

We now know that the human brain is not fully formed until age 25*. I say, as I did when I first wrote about this case, in appropriate cases a jury should be able to decide whether the school is liable. This is a novel argument, using Title IX, and I won’t be surprised if this decision is reversed on appeal, but either way – Title IX or more familiar standards, the families of the deceased should have a shot at the school. I shudder...

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