Prisoners Drink Toilet Water in a Fight to Survive Under Lockdown

Posted: September 5, 2017 in Uncategorized

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How prisoners in Beaumont Federal Prison struggle to survey following Hurricane Harvey.

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Inmates in Texas experience flooding and lack of food and water. They are drinking toilet water while under lockdown and two prisoners were reported dead. Left Voice interviews Rachel, whose husband is currently in Beaumont Federal Prison.

An evacuated Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison surrounded by floodwaters last year. (David J. Phillip / AP)

The following interview was conducted over a week after Hurricane Harvey hit. Rachel’s husband has been an inmate in Beaumont Federal Prison, located about an hour outside of Houston and 40 minutes from the Gulf of Mexico. Although some local media has denounced the conditions in the prison, in general, the media has remained silent on the plight of inmates.

Left Voice: Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you know about the conditions in Beaumont Federal Prison?

Rachel: My name is Rachel Villalobos, I’m married to my husband of 13+ years. We…

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