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FL: Death of sex offender in Georgia State Prison suspicious

[Florida Action Committee]


Charles Lee Broady was halfway into a three-year sentence for failure to register as a sex offender when he was found dead, hanging in his cell.

Next week, Broady was supposed to appear in Federal Court in a case he brought against the Georgia Department of Corrections after officers allowed gang members to attack him. The previous attacks had been so bad that, after one, his heart stopped and he had to be revived.

His family suspects foul play.

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  1. T

    Very terrible tragedy, being in prison is extremely dangerous, and so hypocritical for anyone to think that sex offenders are the most dangerous and unforgivable people for whatever the things they’ve done, and these maniacs that attack inmates that have committed a sexual offence and be branded as heros are no less evil for the things they’ve done.

  2. Nondescript

    The prison is trying to say that the cause of this mans death is “suicide”. Sure.

  3. Brian

    The not so funny part about this is is that the co’s probably sat there and watched the entire thing go down, or they knew something about the attack happening. Suspicious? Riiiiggggghhhhttttttt.

    • T

      So basically CO’s and other inmates would be involve in secret plots to assault inmates convicted of any sex offence only to be recognised as heros to the public and the media for what they have done but what they’ve done is a crime and so therefore they’re the real criminals right?

  4. Counting the days

    No matter what his offense, this man was a human being. The staff was there to supervise and protect. They failed in both areas.
    While in custody @ Elmwood jail in Santa Clara county, I witnessed guards hit inmates,flirt with nurses, and threaten people for no other reason than they could. They are guilty of as many offenses as the inmates.

  5. Timmmy

    If these registers are a “civil” action, then why is there a criminal punishment?

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