New Jersey Jail: Guards Allow Inmate Beaten To Coma By His Opps
A sickening new video has been published showing guards watching as an inmate is beaten in a New Jersey Jail. It appears that they are enjoying it.
The COs placed the New Jersey convict in a unit, knowing he’d be with members of a rival gang.
In a disturbing video, a group of jailbirds viciously assaults another inmate with a microwave oven at a New Jersey jail. One of the attackers threw a microwave at the unconscious victim.
After that, Jayshawn Boyd, 22, was left in a coma and fighting for his life after being beaten by his opp. At the Essex County Correctional Facility in Newark, his lawyers said Monday.
However, it’s not known what sparked the fight, but multiple social media postings claim that it began after Jayshawn was housed in a room with opposing gang members.
The corrections workers are accused of knowing that Jayshawn would have difficulties in the unit. They placed him in and viewed video as the trouble began.
However, after being placed in a “designated gang unit” he was attacked by fellow inmates at the jail, his lawyer said to the media.
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In addition, based on the video, inmates take turns beating the unfortunate man as guards look on from the camera.
This is one of those cases where it will be interesting to see how the defense handles this. There’s video evidence showing that the victim didn’t do anything to deserve this violent attack. He was placed in that unit knowing that members of this gang were going to try to hurt him.
In the video, you hear Corrections Officers make commentary on the event. Many of them appear to be enjoying what’s going on. “Wait, this is where it gets good,” says one person before Jayshawn is struck with the cookware.
After that, Jayshawn is in a medically induced coma at a hospital in Newark, where he is being treated for severe injuries.
This video in disturbing! What would you do if you were in this guy’s shoes?
The inmate is known for doing gang activity at the jail.
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