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Prison Papers : A Companion to Prison Torture in America, Paperback / softback Book

Prison Papers : A Companion to Prison Torture in America Paperback / softback

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In Prison Torture in America, Paul Singh MD, DO, PhD, shared the experiences of 15 inmates and their battle for medical care.

Prison Papers, a companion book, provides medical and administrative records, inmate correspondence and legal documents as proof of those testimonies and shocking tales. As an experienced physician, Singh was stunned by the cruelty that inmates with physical and mental conditions endured.

Denials for treatment, gross incompetence, deadly neglect, reckless infliction of pain and falsified medical records -- despite intervention from the courts -- produced life-threatening conditions, emotional deterioration, loss of limbs, and even death. His expose reveals the shocking truth about the violations of fundamental constitutional rights in the U.S. prison system, so egregious one might think the prisons were in countries with barbaric dictators where basic human rights do not exist. Prison Torture in America and Prison Papers are essential reading for anyone who wants to know the truth about capital punishment and what goes on in our prison system. Paul Singh is an American research-scientist, a biochemist, a surgeon-physician, and professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

He is the author of many critically acclaimed investigational works in the areas of science, philosophy, politics and medicine.

Among his books are, Discovering Our World, The Great Illusion, The Seduction of Religion, Guilty at Gunpoint, The Death of the Rule of Law, and Prison Torture in America.

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  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 372 pages
  • Publisher: Science Literacy Books
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Colonialism & imperialism
  • ISBN: 9781949454017

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