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Cincinnatus, as he was called, was popular among his jailers, but none of them was able to say why their prisoner had to lose his life.
His attorney asked the judge to order his jailers to get him medical treatment for ribs that may have been broken during the February fight.
But the investigation found insufficient evidence to prosecute Maricopa County jailersIn January 1999, the county's insurers agreed to pay $8.25 million to settle a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the Norberg family.
Maydak was the lone Republican to file for jailer on the May primary ballot in Boone County.
This spectacle, very probably scripted by Mr Gui’s jailers, was the latest twist in a dramatic tale involving him and his fellow booksellers.
Former hostages describe severe mistreatment, beatings and mock executions at the hands of their jailers, especially the Britons.
Nearly 5,000 protesters were detained and 25 were killed — some of them, families of the victims say, at the hands of their jailers.
Orr ran from a jailer, climbed a fence and took off, Mitchell said.
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