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Tribune staff reporterPhotographs taken of Liam Johns' crib by the Sacramento County Coroner's Office clearly show where it came apart. The drop rail had detached from its plastic track, creating a gap through which the 9-month-old boy slipped feet-first. Instead of falling...
Tags: Health, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Infants, Sacramento
Sun StaffCorrectional officers at a Western Maryland prison kept medical personnel from attending to inmate Ifeanyi A. Iko as he lay motionless and apparently unconscious after a violent encounter with prison staff last year, according to legal papers filed in...
Sun StaffTucked away in a scenic mountain setting near Cumberland sits one of Maryland's most modern prisons, staffed by correctional officers who have a reputation for a strict, no-nonsense approach to dealing with inmates. But an inmate's suspicious death at...
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Sun StaffA Western Correctional Institution inmate whose death was ruled a homicide had been near death - and might have been dead already - before correctional officers called for an ambulance, a tape of a 911 emergency call shows. Within minutes of leaving...
Tags: Medical Services, Health, Crimes, Immigration, Medical Research
Sun StaffA 51-year-old prison inmate's death at the Western Correctional Institute after guards forcibly removed him from his cell has been ruled a homicide by the state medical examiner's office. Ifeanya A. Iko, a Nigerian immigrant, died of asphyxiation,...
Tags: Health, Crimes, Criminal Laws, Immigration, Government
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