Indefinite Solitary Confinement Ends in San Quentin’s Adjustment Center / Death Row

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Indefinite Solitary Confinement Ends at San Quentin

on Death Penalty Focus Blog / March 10, 2017

Death row inmates will no longer be kept in indefinite solitary confinement in San Quentin State Prison, it was announced Monday [March 6]. The agreement was part of a settlement of a 2015 lawsuit filed on behalf of six inmates who were held indefinitely in what is called an “adjustment center” because they were suspected…

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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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4 Responses to Indefinite Solitary Confinement Ends in San Quentin’s Adjustment Center / Death Row

  1. Who would think there would be such a thing as indefinite solitary confinement? Such cruelty.

    Darren Rainey’s scalding prison shower death has received media attention lately. I guess because the case resulted in no charges. TYT really blasted the trial outcome.

    Thinking of you.


    • Thanks, JoAnn. Darren Rainey’s story, as told by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office, is obvious fiction. Fellow Dade Correctional Institution scalding shower victim Daniel Geiger’s testimony was not recorded (convenient) and he is portrayed as still being alive, although he isn’t (still more convenient). Daniel died in custody – severely underweight – at age 40, ten years younger than Darren. Richard Mair’s suicide in the same Dade CI unit was the direct result of the failure to promptly investigate and prosecute the officers who mistreated Daniel and killed Darren. Richard was 43. One of the most vocal whistleblower inmates, Harold Hempstead, has been Ghosted to Tennessee, which inhibits his ability to address the Miami-Dade S.A.’s Office character assassination that denies justice not only to Darren, Daniel, Richard’s and others families. Florida corrections alleges that Harold’s move was at the behest of his family. It wasn’t. This isn’t over.

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