The prison industrial complex remains exceptionally dangerous for EVERYONE involved.
Don't get our lead image twisted . . . It's not an editorial statement just a cool promo shot from a worthwhile documentary that preceded the U.S. dumping a great man cons out onto the street in the name of social justice.
Now . . . Here's a quick recap of what went down . . .
"According to the Kansas Department of Corrections, two inmates were fighting which resulted in a stabbing. He was later taken to a hospital for treatment. Four staff were injured and received first aid on site."
The prison is secure for now and local news has quieted more reporting of the riot.
For context . . . Let's not forget that riots have been commonplace at this facility since before a COVID outbreak in 2020.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
LANSING, Kan. - An inmate remains under observation Saturday morning after being stabbed by another inmate at the Lansing, Kansas Correctional Facility Friday night. According to the Kansas Department of Corrections, two inmates were fighting which resulted in a stabbing. He was later taken to a hospital for treatment.
At least one inmate has been hospitalized after what the union representing state correctional officers called a riot Friday night at Lansing Correctional Facility. Randall Bowman, a spokesperson for the Kansas Department of Corrections, confirmed in a text message that an inmate was stabbed and has been hospitalized, with the Kansas Organization of State Employees saying in a news release that three employees were also injured.
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - An inmate was stabbed during what Corrections officials described as a "fight" Friday night at Lansing Correctional Facility. A union representing Corrections workers, however, sent a news release terming the incident a "riot." Randy Bowman, a spokesperson for the Kansas Dept.
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