Дата: 10.08.19, @22:36
A diabetic man died in police custody this weekend after deputies reportedly left him in solitary confinement while refusing to provide his insulin medication. Accusing the police of causing his death, the victim’s family has called for an investigation into why he was denied his medically required injections. Although many people continue to die in police custody, officers are rarely face any criminal charges for causing their deaths or allowing them to die.
Police officers arrested 33-year-old Michael Robinson on a warrant for unpaid child support. After arriving at the Pemiscot County Jail in Missouri, Robinson reportedly told the officers that he was a diabetic and begged them for insulin. Instead of administering his medically necessary injections, the guards threw Robinson in solitary confinement to silence him.
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