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How to get my husband out of solitary confinement? He was sentenced to 45 days and it's been 55 days.help?

How to get my husband out of solitary confinement? He was sentenced to 45 days and it's been 55 days.help? Topic: Writing letter c practice
July 15, 2019 / By Emmy
Question: My husband was sentenced to 45 days in solitary confinement for fighting, even though he was jumped by 3 men in his cell and it was in self defense) It's been 47 days. He's coughing up pepper spray from Correctional Officers spraying other inmates. He's only allowed 1 hour out of his cell 2 days a week for an hour. Most of the time it's been only a half hour. He's sent in multiple requests to leave with no response. He's been refused food. My husband is a non violent offender and is constantly defending himself from other violent offenders. Whenever he mentions how he's not being treated right, the correctional officers threaten him that if he files a grievance then,"something bad will happen" He writes me all of this in letters bc he cant speak about it over the phone. He's one of the few caucasions in the block. I'm concerned for his physical and mental health and I don't know how to approach the situation without correctional officers retaliating against him for complaining, he told me in a letter that it would only make matters worse. I'm extremely concerned for his well being. My question is who do I need to speak to get him the hell out of there b/c everytime I try to speak to someone they just brush me off. This is urgent.... @ Bradley, are you serious??? The entire situation is sketchy, that's why I'm asking for help. I know it's been 55 days because I've been counting, that was simply a typo. And what relevance does 47 vs 55 days make anyway???? Either way he's suppossed to in General Population. I am not looking for others judgment, I'm looking for a way to approach the situation and who I need to speak to without it affecting him. My husband isn't the type to complain and would only do so if it was an extreme concern. As for prayer, I am a Spiritual Counselor, I know the strength of prayer. Unfortunately God also gave us free will, and not everyone tries to practice spiritual principles. I need a real answer. Please if someone is willing to help me answer this question from here on out, I would appreciate serious answers. I don't need anymore judgement. I'm upset enough over this. I really need someone's help
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Ciel Ciel | 9 days ago
denying him food is against his human rights and he has basically been blackmailed and threatend. why don't you talk to a attorney or a solicitor that the best thing you can do. what proof does your husband have of this ?? also just be there for your husband. tell him it will all be over soon etc.
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Ayn Ayn
If you're getting all of this information from his letters, a lot of it may be false. Even a few days in solitary confinement can have you not thinking straight. Plus... denied him food? "Bad things will happen"? Also, you say in the question it's been 55 days then in the details say it's only been 47 days. Your whole question is surrounded in sketchiness. How exactly are they "brushing you off"? If it's somebody at a front desk, ask to speak to their boss. Either you live in a place that has a complete lack of humanity or your husband is a nutcase. Not sure which.
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I spent 30 days in jail for a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) and if by some weird quirk, I had to choice between the two. I'll take the death penalty, hands down. Not a problem at all. Lethal Injection is just fine and dandy with me. I already have a living will and it has a DNR notice in it. Do Not Resuscitate.
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