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Kevin “Rashid” Johnson’s art is featured in the 2014 Syracuse Cultural Workers Peace Calendar, and this image graces the month of May. He created it to mark National Occupy Day in Support of Prisoners on Feb. 20, 2012.

Texas prison officials and medical staff kill prisoners and move to silence witnesses

June 1, 2014

Comeaux, along with Finley and several other prisoners, anticipated that Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) officials would ultimately kill him, so Finley promised Comeaux that in the event that he died suspiciously, Finley would inform his wife and the courts of the circumstances surrounding his death. Now, Finley is being targeted for honoring his word to his deceased neighbor.

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Without the federal overseer, deaths caused by inadequate medical care will soar

June 9, 2012

As a prisoner at Pelican Bay’s Short Corridor, I had to laugh in disgust at the audacity of the Department of Corruption’s motion to rescind the medical receiver appointed by the federal court after decades of inadequate medical care. Here at Pelican Bay’s SHU, it is common knowledge that the Institutional Gang Investigation (IGI) Unit actually make the medical decisions by way of the chief medical officer.

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