Traywick Faces Retaliation for Exposing Torture at Limestone Correctional Facility

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April 26, 2019


Kenneth Traywick Faces Retaliation for Exposing Torture at Limestone Correctional Facility

On April 25th, Kenneth Traywick ended his 15 day hunger strike due to inadequate medical care.  He was seen by the doctor and had blood in his urine indicating that his kidneys were starting to shut down. This rapid health deterioration should come as no surprise: while hunger strikers are supposed to be allowed water, Traywick was placed in a dry cell (a cell with no running water) from the first day of his strike.  He was drinking what water he could out of the shower when he was allowed one—likely once every other day. This kind of official negligence not only represents the inhumane practices at Limestone CF and in Alabama prisons at large, it is also an example of deliberate retaliation against Traywick for his commitment to protesting and exposing horrendous…

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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.
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