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Hudson said he struggles to understand how this lack of care still takes place.
Medical request submitted by Steven Sipple, a former inmate at James T.
“Prison should be about redemption and rehabilitation.” Just over five years ago, the DOC was released from an agreement with the U. Department of Justice in which the state agency was supposed to have improved health care for its prisoners.
Court documents obtained by The News Journal show that Sipple admitted to inappropriately touching a young girl.CMS later settled a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by Pierce's family, who said his condition was ignored as it worsened in prison.Dover attorney Stephen Hampton, who represented Pierce, has since filed additional lawsuits on behalf of inmates receiving negligent medical care and said little has changed regarding the state's approach to prisoner health care.Vaughn Correctional Center who was exhibiting major signs of colorectal cancer while serving time at the facility.He submitted more than 20 grievances asking to be seen by doctors but little action was taken. The DOC was under a federal monitor for six years as a result of the negligent findings in 2006.