Capt. Flowers and Lt. Turner along with Officer Treveno… Read the rest
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My name is Ryan K. Collier. On December 21st 2016 while housed on ECB HSH 228 cell at about 11:30 AM I overheard Captain Flowers order offender Kevin Johnson, who is housed in HSH-232 cell, to get dressed and… Read the rest
Pursuant to Tx Civil Practices and Remedies Code 132.001-003, I, Allen Leroy Knight TDCJ #2019159 currently housed on the Bill Clements High Security in Potter County, Texas, hereby attest under the penalty of perjury that the following is true and… Read the rest
For the past several months there have been many attempts by prison officials to disrupt the efforts of me and Kevin Rashid Johnson, exposing them for killing and denying prisoners food, medical care and basic necessities. Normally, acts like these… Read the rest
On today, December 21, 2016 I was set up for both assault and to have almost all of my personal property taken upon threats to do so by several staff at this Clements Unit. I was assaulted while handcuffed inside… Read the rest
Sign this petition to demand that the Texas Department of Criminal Justice complies with the following:
- Immediately provide medical attention to Kevin “Rashid” Johnson before returning him to a decontaminated cell
- Immediately return/replace his stolen legal materials and commissary items
It’s early Friday morning. I’ve been living in a gas-contaminated cell since they assaulted me on Tuesday. This in blatant violation of my constitutional rights. Officials are required to not only decontaminate a prisoner after he’s been… Read the rest
Within a year, three federal lawsuits have been brought behind the tortured deaths of men imprisoned at the William P. Clements Unit in remote Amarillo, Texas.
The latest suit was filed on Oct. 11, 2016 in the U.S. District Court… Read the rest
Monday, September 5, 2016: Labor Day. Here at the William P. Clements Unit, a prison in remote Amarillo, Texas, the prisoners awoke to a late breakfast. A single PBJ sandwich, a small bowl of dry cereal, and no… Read the rest
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) has been operating as a money making business, run by corrupt wardens and administrative personnel, since the beginning of the 20th century.
This revolving door style of bad actors in high places… Read the rest