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Mismanagement of MDC Prisoner Medical Care Slammed by EDNY Judge Now Transcript Here

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

EDNY COURTHOUSE, May 6 –Jail conditions in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, where Federal defendants from the Southern District of New York and EDNY are held, have reached a new low, according to EDNY Judge Lashawn Dearcy Hall. Inner City Press has obtained and is publishing the transcript of a hearing last week in which the judge said 

"At a certain point the MDC is going to have to understand that the judges of this court are no longer going to tolerate the mismanagement of the medical care of the defendants that are in their charge. And so, it appears to me that our efforts up until this point haven't been sufficient. And so, I'm going to try another route." Transcript on Inner City Press' DocumentCloud here 

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