Category Archives: #CruelAndUnusualPunishment

Every option a life-threat to @FL_Corrections’ #CagedCrusader

Originally posted on Harold Hempstead – Caged Crusader:
“He squeezed my throat and said, “you could have had a serious accident, but instead your being spared.  Don’t forget that.  You hear me?” When the Sgt. let go of my throat,…

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Charges dropped against Davontae Sanford. Still a long ways from justice.

Judge tosses Davontae Sanford murder charges, but urges probe for truth  Jim Schaefer, Detroit Free Press The Wayne County Circuit judge who released Davontae Sanford officially dismissed his murder charges today, but says “significant confusion” in the original investigation into who … Continue reading

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Who lives, who dies, who tells your story – #OscarGiles

Update 5/1/17: Once again, I noticed “hits” on Oscar Giles on my blog, and checked the Florida Department of Corrections website to see if he is okay. He’s not. Oscar died on February 2nd, a little over a month past … Continue reading

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Davontae Sanford, Exoneree Du Jour

Networks/newspapers' legal staffs allow reporters to omit info about feds' #FailureToKeepFromHarm obligations. Why?https://t.co/5nTMwBHDPV — Susan Chandler (@wobblywarrior) July 15, 2016 When innocence industry attorneys are involved in exonerations, mainstream media  accounts all sound or read pretty much the same, even … Continue reading

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Who decided not to prosecute #FailureToKeepFromHarm, @POTUS?

.@POTUS Nationwide retaliation against inmates who protest inhumane conditions requires your immediate attention. https://t.co/NTYJmYR2lU — Susan Chandler (@wobblywarrior) May 24, 2016 I am not the only one holding back on publishing specific details of the ongoing retaliation against inmates that’s … Continue reading

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Oxymoron alert: @nytimes warns of violence from death penalty opponents

Pfizer Blocks the Use of Its Drugs in Executions By ERIK ECKHOLM A majority of the 32 states with the death penalty have imposed secrecy around their drug sources, saying that suppliers would face severe reprisals or even violence from … Continue reading

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.@TheJusticeDept: Do something about #LoveFL CIG Miguel’s f*ck-off form letters

The Miami Herald’s coverage of deadly officer-on-inmate violence within Florida prisons began with their verifying inmate Harold Hempstead’s claim that mentally ill inmate Darren Rainey had been scalded to death in June of 2012 by Dade Correctional Institution officers in … Continue reading

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