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How The U.S. Marshals And Bureau Of Prisons Are Trying To Break My Hunger Strike – Prison Reform Movement's Weblog- America: Land of the Free, Home of the Incarcerated

4.1.17

How The U.S. Marshals And Bureau Of Prisons Are Trying To Break My Hunger Strike – Prison Reform Movement's Weblog- America: Land of the Free, Home of the Incarcerated: By Martin Gottesfeld

On the 43rd day of my hunger strike I was told the U.S. Marshalls had ordered my transfer to a facility in New York that was better equipped to handle my medical condition. At that point I had gone about four days without any fluids whatsoever and to make my wishes and refusal to provide medical consent crystal clear, I had written “No IV DNR” on the inside of both my elbows. Hey, if the DOJ wanted to allow notorious federal prosecutor Carmen Ortiz and her lackeys to keep holding me because I tried to protect innocent, learning disabled teenager Justina Pelletier from abuse, torture, and an agonizing death, then I wanted to make sure they were fully committed to backing Ortiz up as she makes a pet toy and total mockery of our justice system yet again.


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