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The U.S. prison system: A black man complains of respiratory distress, and instead of medical care, he’s thrown to the ground by guards, tackled, and pepper sprayed in the face. By the next morning, he’s dead. The video shows he said, “I can’t breathe” 19 times during the incident. Trump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions has mandated cutting police and correctional oversight while handing out maximum sentences for low-level crimes.

“I can’t breathe,” he can be heard telling guards and a nurse on video. The next day, he was found dead.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Those fat cows need to get the same end. They will be responsible for this man life. When they come in front God.

  2. These low-life scumbags work for LaSalle Corrections, a private, for-profit “corrections” company – the phone number for their Texarkana location is 903-798-3505. We need to END for-profit prisons in this country, because clearly there is ZERO economic incentive for this company or their employees to treat people like human beings.

    http://www.lasallecorrections.com/corporate-management/

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