Woman Dies In Los Angeles Jail Sparks Outrage..

Los Angeles, CA – Wakiesha Wilson, 36 was found dead in her jail cell, has sparked outrage and is now raising many questions after her death was ruled a suicide by the Los Angeles coroner.

Family members say in their last conversation with Wilson she seemed excited to be coming home when they last spoke to her, Wilson was expected to be released.

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Widow of jail inmate seeks answers in death at Shasta County Jail

The widow of a Redding man found dead last month in his Shasta County Jail cell after what authorities say was a suicide is disputing that claim.

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Rebecca Shaw, who wants the circumstances of her husband’s death reinvestigated, hasn’t had much luck so far trying to get authorities to take a closer look into his death.




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Riverside: Third inmate in a week dies in County jail

According to the Press Enterprise, A third Inmate has died in the Riverside County Jail System within the last 8 days.


There have been many other deaths that have occurred prior to the three above in the Riverside County Jail System and or in Deputy Custody to include a Lawsuit challenging the “Cruel and Inhumane” medical treatment given to inmates in Riverside County’s jails.

Riverside County is mostly patrolled by the Riverside County Sheriffs, Many residents are concerned by the way the County operates citing that not only does the Sheriff’s deputies patrol the communities but also run the County jails, leaving the jailed inmates more vulnerable.

Most Cities in Riverside County Contract with the Sheriff’s dept. which already has an established communication system which Most Cities according to sources can’t afford or won’t spend for in order to have their own Police departments.

Riverside County is also extending their Jails by adding more beds including at the Jail where a last inmate died in Indio.

Sources say: for many residents it is frustrating, to the citizens whom live in the County citing that the Sheriff Department, and the County has a history of keeping quiet and or not releasing information regarding the arrest of Deputies and or more import issues that the dept. may have.

Many media outlets struggle to get coverage there other sources say, and it may have to do with Riversides long history of alleged corruption.

Riverside County has just recently finished settling a $500,000 suit in a teen who was shot to death while handcuffed, and this is just one of the stories that major media outlets had a hard time covering, not to include the off duty Sheriffs Deputy who gunned down and killed a patron at a bar who has been sentenced to 40 years to life. and if you research more online you will find more stories on a smaller platform of blogs and internet news.

Many agree there is a long list of problems that exist in the County that goes un-noticed by the media, Citing that Riverside County has a strong grip and or hold on viable information that is simply just not released and or is swept under the rug.

Sources allege when stories are posted on one of the three regular based internet blog/news sites that many Sheriffs Deputies under various names comment on a story when it regards the sheriffs Dept. By posting positive and sometimes hurtful comments which sometimes distort the truth and or justify the action of the Deputy, in order to gain confidence from the communities, however the residents aren’t fooled sources said.

Though this has not been verified, we have checked some of the sites regarding comments left, and would rather you see for your self.

Baltimore: Forget Schools & Education, Lets Build More Jails and Make More $$$?

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen will the People be allowed to vote on these decisions? No wonder there’s a protest going on in Baltimore! It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the jails are being built to put some of the very Citizens whom preside there… In them for housing. Education should have been the key long ago.

Since so much funding comes from other agencies like the Federal Government, Jails are a lucrative business. The one key fact is if a State, County or City can show a quota of arrests then the funding will flow in. This is part of the ongoing problem when connecting with communities.

So many innocent people are being arrested and locked up, even if it’s for a day, it generates income. They need only show the stats.

Baltimore protesters expressed they wanted Schools and Education and yet Jails overruled, and it’s not just happening in Baltimore this virus is spreading across  this great Nation. Now don’t get me wrong I believe in accountability, I don’t discredit needing jails; but building more? when will it stop?.

Lets think about it, More Jails = More Salaries and Local law Enforcement securing their future employment, while so many others are suffering.. That is where the theory of ‘ Police States ‘ come in. Soon while many are loosing their homes to foreclosures, those whom work and or run the Jail systems will be buying your home and possibly renting it to you.. How does that feel?

Here’s and Idea Build more Jails but share the benefits ‘ALL THE BENIFITS’ with those whom live in the community, like pensions, healthcare, funding for schools, teachers, youth programs, education, etc… Share the profits! after all it’s the community that’s being forced into dealing with it.

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