The prisoner was attempting to smuggle four mobile phones into the prison, and has refused surgery to get the final two removed.
The Russian Wagner Group army has reportedly told recruits with serious diseases to wear ribbons on their wrists to show what illness they have.
A spokesperson for the Florida Department of Corrections told Newsweek that no inmates were released and that the plan in place was successful.
The labor union has previously spoken out against the Humane Alternatives to Long Term Solitary Confinement, or HALT, Act and called for its repeal.
Aiden Aslin said he was treated "worse than a dog" during his time as a Russian captive.
Authorities said the attack reportedly occurred as a group of inmates were being returned to their housing area at the Davis Correctional Facility, Holdenville.
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Officials said having no juvenile females at the Hawai'i Youth Correctional Facility is because of "years of work to replace handcuffs with healing."
Police in California are investigating whether "there was a procedural failure, human error, or a combination of both."
Federal prison officials are worried that the killings, which involved the MS-13 street gang, could inspire violence at other facilities.
The Milwaukee County Jail is facing a COVID outbreak and a major staff shortage, with 100 of its 261 positions vacant.
After being at the center of issues like COVID-19 surges in prisons and employee misconduct, Bureau of Prisons Director Michael Carvajal has resigned.
A judge put a temporary restraining order on a plan to increase second-strike inmates' daily good conduct credits from half to two-thirds off their sentences.
While Bosnia's vaccination rate remains low at 27 percent, rates inside prisons are almost three times higher at 80 percent.
Nevada's bipartisan Legislative Commission voted 6-6 on whether to extend the mandates issued by the state health department, which needed a majority to pass.
Kosovo agreed to rent Denmark 300 of its prison cells in return for funds to help build a green energy system to replace its coal use.
Prison officials say a change in federal rules led them to limit medical parole to only those inmates who are so ill they are hooked to ventilators to breathe.
Arizona's state prisons are facing charges of not making promised improvements to healthcare services for inmates that were part of a 2016 settlement.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a preliminary injunction request to stay executions for inmates Julius Jones, Wade Lay, Donald Grant and Gilbert Postelle.
"This is a landmark victory for workers' rights and basic human dignity," Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said.
Governor Kay Ivey signed legislation on Friday enabling the use of COVID-19 relief funds to build more penitentiaries in the state.
"Blind spots, lost footage, and technical failures are unacceptable in federal prisons," said Senator Jon Ossoff.
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The letter said that "building prisons was not the intended use" of the funding provided through President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
"As CDC director, it's my job to recognize where actions can have the greatest impact," Rochelle Walesnky said of her decision on COVID-19 booster shots.
While persons in prison may be affected by laws fashioned by human beings, they still warrant protection against the wrath of nature.
"May you rot in hell and your soul go to hell for the lives you took and the pain and suffering you caused," McKinley Roby said in court.
The DOJ will investigate whether or not Georgia's prison facilities provide adequate protection for their incarcerated population against other prisoners.
The noodle packets had been one of the prison's biggest commissary items.