One would think. But one would be wrong.

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Nearly half of the people executed nationwide between 2000 an 2015 had been diagnosed with a mental illness and/or substance use disorder.

A ‘hellish world’: the mental health crisis overwhelming America’s prisons

For years now, [Kristopher] Rodriguez has been stuck in this sad limbo: according to the state, he is well enough to stay incarcerated, but far too sick to live in the general prison population or even to get regular visits from his mother.

Lawyers who have examined his case say his story is typical. Florida’s prisons have been the subject of repeated investigations for their treatment of prisoners with mental illness; so have jails and prisons in other states, including California, Illinois and Alabama.

Source: A ‘hellish world’: the mental health crisis in America’s prisons | Society | The Guardian


Offender Picture The March 31, 2018 Guardian UK article about endangered mentally ill Florida inmate Kristopher Rodriguez (above) is NOT the Guardian’s first article about him.

One would think that this international attention would serve to protect Kris. And one would be…

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2 thoughts on “One would think. But one would be wrong.”

  1. Thank you for sharing my latest blog post about Kristopher Rodriguez. The danger that Kris is in is very real, every bit of support that he receives increases his chances for surviving. Thanks again.

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