Petition statement to be delivered to Illanda Pimpton, President of the Tallahatchie County Correctional Authority, Christopher Epps, Commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, The Mississippi State House, The Mississippi State Senate, Governor Phil Bryant and 3 other targets (click here to see more)

No More Deaths At Private Prisons In Mississippi

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No More Deaths At Private Prisons In Mississippi

To be delivered to Illanda Pimpton, President of the Tallahatchie County Correctional Authority, Christopher Epps, Commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, The Mississippi State House, The Mississippi State Senate, Governor Phil Bryant and 3 other targets (click here to see more)

Petition Statement

Hold the officials accountable for continuing to allow private prisons to operate in Mississippi without any oversight DESPITE numerous incidents involving staff being assaulted as well as numerous deaths (inmates and staff).
There are currently 466 signatures. NEW goal - We need 500 signatures!

Petition Background

I want to bring attention to the dangerous conditions occurring in the private prisons located here in Mississippi. I do not want any more assaults or deaths (staff or inmates) to occur here and those officials who have knowledge of how bad these private prisons are to be held ACCOUNTABLE (State and local officials as well as Bennie Thompson and MDOC Commissioner Christopher Epps).

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