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Published: Friday, Sept. 21 2012 3:48 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

In house investigation and autopsy? Of course, its how the Blue Army forces operate. Did anyone keep an unofficial record of the official events happening in the prison? Witness accounts will be discredited for obvious reason, all prisoners lie, just like the Blue Army of prison guards and police are trained. The Blue Code is a deadly criminal La Costa Nostra code like any organized criminal MOB has.

The only time prisoner testimony is valid is if a court has pursued such testimony in a trial to convict innocent citizens. Only in a prosecutor sanctioned court can prisoners tell the truth. Maybe a judge should move a trial of these prison guards to the prison to keep some sort of control on witness tampering of incarcerated prisoners.

Some day in the near future I hope, this criminal Blue code will be outlawed and banned and make all law enforcment accountable by the same laws as all citizens are bound. Its time to end the cover-up operations of the city military police departments.

CB
Salt Lake City, UT

For someone who apparently, on more than one occasion, attacked prison personnel the restraints used on her appeared to be called for. She seemed to be fighting all the time her incarceration instead of accepting it and doing her time, and then getting out and living a law abiding life.
It's apparent that she needed help, but some people have their own agenda and refuse whatever help is offered. Indeed a sad tale.

Conner Johnson

Sounds like the great prison systems this country turns a blind eye too.

RunAmuck4Good
Salt Lake City, UT

So so heart-breaking. This poor girl obviously made some bad choices to land herself there in the first place, but, in reading this article, she did seem to be fighting "in-prison" officers all the time. It really does look like she was fighting against them in self-defense but, because she was not emotionally stable, it was easy to twist things around against her. I truly believe she was fighting against being harmed. If she feared retaliation, there was a reason for it. I hope that the truth comes out for her mother's sake. To her mother, you have my condolences, and just know that your daughter is in a better place and at peace. As hard as it is to find comfort in that under these circumstances, know that it is the truth.

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