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Florida State employees beating & torturing inmates to death...
THE DARKNESS BEHIND THE SUNSHINE STATE
|Remembering Frank Valdez - Brutally beaten to death by the State Of Florida|
|COVER UP ? - Florida trying to curtail prisoners communication with the outside world !|
Execution by Electric Chair
Remembering 'Tiny' Davis
Photo's taken after being tortured to death by electrocution
Execution by Lethal injection
Remembering Bennie Demps
Florida Botches Lethal Injection Execution May 31, 2000
ROW PRISONERS HUNGER STRIKE
FOR CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED RIGHTS / INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
PRISONERS NOT ALLOWED OUT OF CELLS - GET 1 HOUR OUT A MONTH !
Contact the Governor
Florida Governor Jeb Bush
| Big Brother's Little Brother...
The Darkness Behind The Sunshine State
Meet The Texecutioner
President George W. Bush
President Select George W. Bush - 155 People Killed so far... More than any other elected official in US History!
President George W Bush is responsible for 155 Homicides !
reality, Florida has three Death Rows. Fifty-four condemned men are housed
in a special wing at Florida State Prison near Starke. The remaining 320
men are incarcerated in a building at Union Correctional Institution in
nearby Raiford. The six women on Death Row
are at Broward Correctional Institution near Pembroke Pines.
Executions are conducted at Florida State Prison.
Here are some other facts:
* The cells: A day-to-day cell on Death Row measures 6 feet wide
by 9 feet long by 9.5
feet high; the death-watch cell, where an inmate is placed once the governor signs
a death warrant, measures 12 feet by 7 feet wide by 8.5 feet
* Meals: Three a day served on trays at 5 a.m., 10:30-11 a.m. and 4-4:30
* Exercise: Twice a week for two hours in exercise yard.
* Visitors: Allowed weekends from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., unless
visitor lives more than 200
miles away, then visitor can visit both Saturday and Sunday.
* Showers: One every other day.
* Clothing: Orange T-shirts and blue pants.
* Entertainment: Inmates can have a black & white TV --
no cable -- radios, snacks and
cigarettes in their cells. They receive mail every day except holidays and
weekends. Church services available on closed-circuit television.
* Security: Inmates are escorted everywhere in handcuffs and many times in shackles.
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