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Federal Court Calls for Hearing Into Inhumane Power Outage at Brooklyn Prison, After DOJ Statement Contradicts Warden's Denials

Federal Court Calls for Hearing Into Inhumane Power Outage at Brooklyn Prison, After DOJ Statement Contradicts Warden's Denials

Julia Conley, staff writer

A U.S. District judge called for a hearing Monday into a power outage at federal prison in Brooklyn which left 1,600 inmates without heat and hot water for more than a week amid temperatures that dropped to 2°, after the prison warden's denial of the outage was contradicted by a Department of Justice (DOJ) statement Monday.

The slow drip, drip, drip of Hate continues, and the population just numbs itself with the lies of the MSM.

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I’m sure pepper spray stocks are at an all time high during this administration.

Tell us about the warden. Who is she/he? The person needs to be held accountable. Is being able to tell a good lie one of the requirements for serving in law enforcement or corrections in the United States? Time for accountability.

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We also had the super bowl. That is very, very important to being a “good” american.

Reader,

You’re being sarcastic, right?

Most Super Bowls are a great waste of time. Yesterday’s wasnt much different.

A good warden, in a modern prison, has a commitment in his heart to have a safe and humane community within his walls. Mistakes can happen with such a commitment but denial is over the line.

Yes, who is this guy?

Is this one of those privatized subcontracted prisons? Otherwise, the burden is on the state itself to prove not guilty in this outrage – it sets their budget!!

Damn good question!