Tag Archives: SUDEP

Sketchy accountings of Willie Joel Sanders, 51, jail seizure death

Alachua County Jail inmate dies after having seizures Sunday “After the second seizure, he didn’t wake up. Nurses and other jail staff performed CPR but couldn’t revive him.” http://www.alligator.org/news/local/article_5ae4249c-8844-11e1-956c-0019bb2963f4.html Inmate, 51, dies at Alachua County jail “After a nurse took … Continue reading

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More potentially effective, informal Florida DOC death warrants

Florida DOC appends the all-caps admonition WE NEVER WALK ALONE to their emails, which seems rather confrontational in communicating with those that pay their wages. It ceased annoying me when I realized that their slogan is shared by inmates …  … Continue reading

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Florida DOC’s informal epilepsy death warrants: rescind them, Secretary Buss

A Vero Beach, FL man was incarcerated for two years for having a standing seizure outside a laundromat. His arms were flailing as he walked in circles talking nonsense, so someone called 911 and a responding officer walked within his … Continue reading

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Prison personnel issue informal – but effective – death warrants, updated

The FL DOC responded favorably to my plea to make sure that Gary Bennett receives his epilepsy medications, making his 27-year-old frame-up only somewhat less harrowing for him and his family. Gary needs more help, and he needs it right … Continue reading

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Prison personnel issue informal – but effective – death warrants

Timothy Cole died in a Texas prison of an asthma attack prior to his DNA exoneration, although his asthma was easily controlled by inhalers. Gary Bennett is only receiving one of his epilepsy medications , and not the full dose … Continue reading

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Mess with the IRS: When the Bar buries misconduct, sometimes there’s a headstone

Gary Bennett’s family has received no assurances from the FL DOC that his epilepsy medications are no longer being withheld. Seizures can be fatal – withholding epilepsy medications is attempted homicide. Gary’s conviction is nearly identical to three upset convictions … Continue reading

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To kill an innocent …

Deliberately withholding epilepsy medications + applying intentional duress = attempted homicide … and one is in progress right now. http://www.epilepsy.org.uk/info/stress-epilepsy       From: Susan Chandler Date: June 19, 2011 1:47:55 PM EDT To: 1800DNATEST@orchid.com, forensicservices@orchid.com Cc: Tampa Division <Tampa.Division@ic.fbi.gov>, ASKDOJ <ASKDOJ@usdoj.gov>, Gretl Plessinger … Continue reading

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