This is the isolation cell where Randall Jordan-Aparo was doused with chemicals. The lawsuit says corrections officers covered the windows before administering the gas.
This is the isolation cell where Randall Jordan-Aparo was doused with chemicals. The lawsuit says corrections officers covered the windows before administering the gas.
This is the isolation cell where Randall Jordan-Aparo was doused with chemicals. The lawsuit says corrections officers covered the windows before administering the gas.

As Florida inmate begged for help, guards gassed him to death, suit says

September 19, 2016 04:30 PM

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    State Sen. Perry Thurston Jr. and Gordon Weekes, who is in charge of the juvenile division of the Broward Public Defender’s Office, react to the conditions inside Broward Regional Juvenile Detention Center on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017.