These Florida inmates rescued a baby from a locked car.
A couple accidentally locked their 1-year-old infant in their car.
"It wasn’t really a judge thing. I think it was just more of a human thing."
From Behind Bars, Jon-Adrian Velazquez Works to 'Create Healthy Communities' to Reduce Gun Violence by Jessica Mindich
Legislation requiring insurance and regular safety inspections for gun owners, just as car owner are required to maintain
"I do not take lightly charging a correctional officer, but based on the available evidence, prosecutors in my office believe criminal charges are warranted."
Latandra Ellington, a 36-year old mother of four children, died in a Florida prison last week. Ellington had just seven months left to serve of her twenty-two month sentence for grand theft when she was found dead in her cell.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons has a long and colorful history of retaliating against inmates for the exercise of their legal rights. Over the years, I have learned to expect the worst when dealing with these officials. This desensitization occurs, in the literal as well as the figurative sense.
American prisons foster a culture of violence, hatred, bigotry and dominance. They take the criminally inclined, and not so inclined, and turn them into hardened convicts who, after a period of years, become dangerous men.