JUST-IN: CIVIL CLASS-ACTION VS MISSISSIPPI

WERE WE RIGHT? IF SO, WHAT’S A POLITICAL PRISONER TO DO? GETTING THE SHAFT AND A LIFE TIME DETOUR NEVER KNOWING THE WHAT IF IT HAD NEVER HAPPENED. FROM MONEY FOR NOTHING TO PAYING A PRICE.

Todd was rearrested awhile back and sent back to prison. So just guess where my brother-in-law is? But first let’s get a thing or two right about this. The persons we were at the start of this are not the persons paying for all of these hardships. What was relationships is now an altered reality. At times its best to keep a distance from those incarcerated when they exhibit behaviour of being abused. It’s sad that neither our child or my wife’s brother have little concern of  being returned to prison given their involement to the lawsuit and local aid appearing to apply the bullseye. 

An action of gaining local aid in this extorting of court awards has allowed for any personal dislike or right down hate to be administered by that local aid. hum, could that be right? Both Todd and April to name a few were injured after the fact state officials knew the dangers of toxins but refuse to act. It was an Un=action for profit justice system, still in place today.

Mississippi Prison for Profit gets sued:

Officials at a Corporate Mississippi Prison will answer for alleged human rights abuses of the state’s for-Profit Correction Centers. Two major-league civil rights groups have filed a lawsuit.  The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) Thursday filed a class-action lawsuit against the state of Mississippi because of how inmates at East Mississippi Correctional Facility. That’s the EAST MISSISSIPPI CORRECTION FACILITY

The suit alleges that inmates in the prison, which is the state’s primary special needs facility for convicts with mental health issues, are subjected to long isolation periods in “barbaric” conditions, often in rat-infested cells with broken toilets and are constantly at “grave risk of death and loss of limbs.” 

Prisoner-on-prisoner stabbings and beatings are frequent because the locking mechanism on the cell doors can be readily defeated, and some officers are complicit in unlocking doors to allow violence to occur,” the lawsuit claims. 

The Center is run by Management and Training Corp., based in Centerville, Utah, but not named in the lawsuit. The ACLU and SPLC assert Mississippi lawmakers have long known about the conditions but have failed to act. 

Todd writes to tell me he’s hugry but he can have a package of food for the summer if the order is made by June the 16th, 2013. Yeah, my little brother I’ve done my best to get you that but you are currently not eligible. A sentence in my next letter to him. For the full story of this class-action go to www.RT.com

Click on the Inmate Number below to begin shopping

Inmate Number Name Location

TODD TERRELL

This inmate is not eligible to receive packages at this time. East Mississippi Correctional – Meridian.

THAT’S THE EAST MISSISSIPPI CORRECTION FACILITY.

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