Two Florida corrections officers have been arrested after allegedly spraying an inmate in the face with chemicals and locking him in a supply closet, still covered in toxic residue as he begged to be let out, documents show.
Two Florida corrections officers have been arrested after allegedly spraying an inmate in the face with chemicals and locking him in a supply closet, still covered in toxic residue as he begged to be let out, documents show. Miami Herald File
Two Florida corrections officers have been arrested after allegedly spraying an inmate in the face with chemicals and locking him in a supply closet, still covered in toxic residue as he begged to be let out, documents show. Miami Herald File

Florida prison officers accused of spraying inmate in face and locking him in closet

May 23, 2017 01:55 PM

UPDATED May 23, 2017 05:33 PM

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