Ex Inmate David Wagner

Susan Chandler:

Please note that a link is provided within the post for confidential assistance for Florida inmates who have experienced or witnessed guard-on-prisoner violence or abuse.

Originally posted on Victims Advocate:

This post is the result of my having the opportunity to speak with David Wagner, an ex inmate of Suwannee Correctional facility. My apologies to him and to the admin for not having this posted yesterday. I honestly had serious difficulty writing it. In a moment you will see why.

Wagner served time at Suwannee between 2011 and 2012. During that time he states that he saw inmates beaten and gassed to unreasonable degrees and with no logic behind it. We all know that use of force is sometimes necessary, but Wagner said that much of the time it was unwarranted due to the inmate not being aggressive and, at times, they were even cuffed. Some of the things he recalled from his time in confinement is that, contrary to DOC policy stating that medical staff be present when gas is administered, nurses were never present. He woke nightly to…

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Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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2 Responses to Ex Inmate David Wagner

  1. Shay Amore says:

    Ms. Chandler thank you for sharing our blog. The more we get the message out and the more support that is shown, the more DOC will realize that they cannot continue in this manner. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    • I’m very grateful to you for caring enough about what is happening to Florida inmates to be willing to offer confidential assistance.

      I’ve fought battles with the DoC about withheld medication, phony Discipline Reports, etc., and know some families that are battling DoC right now – I’m incredibly relieved to have a resource to refer them to, because my advocacy is hampered by chronic illness, a clinically damaged memory and having my own Florida/federal public corruption battle to finish fighting.

      Thank you for taking on this responsibility. I wish you extraordinary strength and endurance, and a continually increasing number of allies.

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