Why do inmates not try to prosecute abusive prison guards after the said inmates are released?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 11, 2020 05:08 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 11, 2020 05:08 AM

When I was in prison in Michigan, I was being taken into Allegiance Hospital for radiation treatment for cancer on my spine that paralyzed me. I was in full shackles even though I was paralyzed no shoes as they were hard to put on my swollen feet. The corrections officer that was pushing my wheelchair slammed my feet into a chair breaking my toes, I couldn’t feel it because of the paralysis. The C/O had the Gaul to tell me that I needed to watch where I was going. When I got back to the prison hospital I told the head nurse about it, but nothing was done on account of the fact my feet were already swollen and I couldn’t feel them so it was not known at the time that my toes were broken (another words no fault of the nurse). My toes never did heal properly and are still misshaped to this day. It is now 7 years later I am out of prison and I would love to see if I could do something to the C/O for it, but alas there is 2 problems with that. I no longer remember the C/O’s name and the only witness’s are another C/O and another inmate of whom I never knew either of their names. Also forgetting that I never knew the 2 witness’s names and that I cannot remember the C/O’s name, I still would have the problem of who would be believed, me and the other inmate not a chance! As for the other witness, he was a C/O and I can guarantee he would agree with whatever my C/O said and they would never believe 2 inmates words. That is why nothing will ever be done about it.

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