Thursday, February 25, 2021
Gabriel Carmen

Gabriel Carmen named As The Latest Inmate To Die From Suicide In Parchman Prison

On Sunday evening Sunflower County Coroner Heather Burton confirmed the death of Gabriel Carmen at Parchman prison on Saturday evening.
8 Strains SARS-CoV-2

So Far None Of The 8 Strains Of SARS-CoV-2 Are Deadlier Than The Other

Researchers have so far discovered a total of 8 strains of SARS-CoV-2 being transmitted globally, but the mutation is very slow.
Parchman Prison

Two More Inmates Dead Overnight At Parchman Prison In “Isolated Incident”

The Mississippi Department of Corrections has confirmed two more inmates were killed at the deeply troubled Parchman prison.

Mississippi Prisoner Claims Latest Death Could Of Been Prevented

A Mississippi prisoner at South Mississippi Correctional Institution has turned whistleblower speaking out about the latest death.
Inmate Beaten By Guard

Video Shows An Inmate Beaten By Guard At South Mississippi Correctional Institute

One of the latest videos leaked from inside MDOC shows an inmate beaten by a guard at South Mississippi Correctional Institute.

MDOC Statements On COVID-19 Conflicts With Prisoner Claims

However, MDOC statements related to COVID-19 conflicts with prisoner claims, another trend within Mississippi's prison system.
Mississippi's Parchman Prison

Another Inmate Dead From Suicide At Mississippi’s Parchman Prison

Another inmate of Mississippi's Parchman prison has died from an apparent suicide the Mississippi Department of Corrections confirmed.

Pictures Of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his 23-month-old daughter Valeria Spark Migrant Debate

On Monday, journalist Julia Le Duc found the bodies of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his 23-month-old daughter, Valeria along the banks of the Rio Grande.
Marshall County Inmate

Video Claims To Show Marshall County Inmate Was Left Dead For Hours

Another death is confirmed inside the broken Mississippi Department of Corrections. The recent death occurred at Marshall County prison.

Asylum-Seeking Migrants Keep Their Right To A Bond Hearing

A federal judge in Seattle ruled on Tuesday that asylum-seeking migrants detained for entering the U.S. illegally have the right to a bond hearing instead of being detained indefinitely until their case is completed.