“Murder in the First” is a 1995 movie based on a true story of Henry (Henri) Young who was beaten and tortured by members of the Federal Bureau of Prisons while he was an inmate at Alcatraz in the late 1930′s. Although the movie has some ficticious incidents, there is no doubt it is based on a true story.
Henry Young was kept in a dungeon at Alcatraz for approximately 3 years without lighting, a bed, clothes or human contact. To this day the Federal Bureau of Prisons denies this, but there is no way that federal prison officials are going to tell the truth of the mistreatment of Henry Young. Not today, not ever.
There are thousands of inmates in the Federal Prison system today that are being mistreated but they are afraid of retaliation if they report it. The most common mistreatment of federal inmates is the denial of proper medical care even though inmates are protected by federal laws.
IF YOU HAVE A FRIEND OR FAMILY MEMBER WHO IS INCARCERATED IN ANY FEDERAL PRISON, STATE PRISON, OR JAIL FACILITY, AND THEY ARE BEING DENIED PROPER MEDICAL CARE OR ARE BEING HELD IN THE “HOLE” WITHOUT BEING GIVEN WRITTEN NOTICE OF THE CHARGES AGAINST THEM AND THE DENIAL OF A FAIR AND IMPARTIAL HEARING, then contact us at: http://www.Bureauofprisons.com and click on “Consultation”. WE CAN HELP!
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