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Attorneys for the two inmates, Gabriel Solache and Arturo Reyes, want the judge to throw out their confessions, a step that could lead to their release after nearly two decades behind bars.
The inquiry into the inmate’s death is ongoing, the Sheriff’s Office said.
And individual stories of cruelty are legion, such as this beatdown of a paraplegic inmate who merely asked for a catheter.
Concerned about rising floodwaters, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice evacuated about 4,500 inmates on Saturday from prisons near the Brazos River to locations in East Texas.
After an inmate’s death at the Lansing Correctional Facility in March, a federal investigation was opened.
Unless a court steps in, Asay will be the first inmate in Florida to receive the lethal combination.
A memo dated August 1, 2017 requires that all federal prisons with female inmates carry at least one brand of tampon, pad, and panty liner—and offer them to prisoners for free.
Instead, Hanford researchers in the late 1960s went to a local prison and paid the inmates to allow the irradiation of their testicles, to see just how much radiation a man can receive before the tails fall from his sperm.
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: a person who is kept in a prison or mental hospital
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