10 Things You Need to Know About Brutality and Abuse at Clinton C.F.

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The Correctional Association of NY conducted in depth interviews with 30 people currently incarcerated at Clinton on August 19 and 20, 2015, and corresponded with many more people held at the prison over the last few months. The information reported provides further confirmation of both extensive staff brutality in the aftermath of the June escape from Clinton, as reported by the New York Times; and longstanding and pervasive staff violence and abuse  at Clinton, as last documented by the CA’s October 2014 report. The brave people willing to come forward to report what is happening behind the walls shared tragic and harrowing accounts highlighting several things everyone should know about Clinton.

The abuses include beatings, denial of basic rights and safe and humane living conditions, intimidation, false charges leading to solitary confinement, waterboarding and suffocation.

Download pdf of  “10 Things You Need to Know About Brutality and Abuse at Clinton Correctional Facility” here.