exxxcite: The story mentions the jailers being surprised to find Daniel Chong when they opened his cell, could they not hear him? Also curious about the guy in the article above. He was clearly being fed, could they not see what kind of condition he was in when the food was being delivered?
ElizaDoolittle: I don't know anything about US prison cells, but I thought they had to do a count every few hours?
Kevin72: The dearly departed approves, and asks you to see the movie "THE TRIAL" based on his work. Orson Welles will not disappoint.
TuteTibiImperes: Bathia_Mapes: Fark It: Bathia_Mapes: And yet not one of those responsible for this are losing their jobs. IMHO, the money should come at least in part out of their pensions and savings instead of from the taxpayers.That's union-busting, Tea Party talk right there, friend. Maybe if we paid them more money and offered more benefits we'd attract a better crop. All cops are heroes. Remember 9/11.I don't consider those working for the DEA to be cops in the ordinary definition of the term. They're federal agents.I'm sure that after the publicity from this and the government payout over it those who were involved will have some notes in their files that will severely limit their career progression.
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