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Louisiana Sheriff Indicted Over Jailhouse Chapel Beatings of Detainees - Hit & Run :


Louisiana Sheriff Indicted Over Jailhouse Chapel Beatings of Detainees - Hit & Run : The indictment also places Ackal and Savoy inside the chapel for the beatings of Anthony Daye — who’s involved in a pending civil lawsuit in his case — and another detainee identified as H.G., whom Ackal had ordered punished in the chapel after learning the man had written letters complaining of conditions at the jail.

Savoy also is accused of ordering a canine handler to make his dog bark to intimidate the two men...

Ackal also told then-narcotics agent Ben Lassalle — who pleaded guilty last month to his role in the beatings — to “take care” of a detainee accused of making a lewd comment, according to the indictment. In Ackal and Savoy’s presence, Lassalle and then-warden Wesley Hayes conspired to bring the man to the chapel.

Lassalle used his baton in the chapel to beat that detainee, Curtis Ozenne, and two others blamed for the comment, identified as S.S. and A.T., according to the indictment.

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