What @TheJusticeDept received from FL inmate Harold Hempstead re #DeadInmates

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Harold Hempstead was the most determined of the inmates who demanded justice for Darren Rainey, who was scalded to death by Dade Correctional Institution guards in 2012 … Harold persisted until the mainstream media – primarily the Miami Herald – took notice.

Because it has been more than three years since Darren Rainey was murdered, and no arrests have yet been made, Rick Scott’s inaction should be the primary focus of the Department of Justice’s investigation. Please share this post to raise awareness of what the DoJ already knows about how deadly Florida’s prisons are. Thank you.


About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
This entry was posted in #BeatenToDeath, #DeadInmates, #GassedToDeath, #ScaldedToDeath, ACLU, Amnesty International, Broward Sun Sentinel, Damion Foster, Darrell Richardson, Darren Rainey, Department of Justice, Disability Rights Florida, Dog Justice for the Mentally Ill, FDLE, FDoC, Florida Council of Churches, Florida Deparment of Law Enforcement, Florida Department of Corrections, Florida Justice Institute, Florida Legal Services, Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Florida Times Union, Frank Smith, Frank Valdes, Gainesville Sun, George Mallinckrodt, Greg Evers, Harold Hempstead, Harold Hempstead v Roland Clark, Human Rights Defense Center, Jerry Washington, Julie Jones, Latandra Ellington, Loretta Lynch, Matthew Walker, Melina Miguel, Miami Herald, NAACP, New Yorker Magazine, News Service of Florida, Orlando Sentinel, Oscar Davis, Palm Beach Post, Randall Jordan-Aparo, Richard Iannuzzi, Rick Scott, Rolling Stone, Rudolf Rowe, Tampa Bay Times, Time, USA Today, Windy Hempstead. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to What @TheJusticeDept received from FL inmate Harold Hempstead re #DeadInmates

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