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Marion County Jail
700 NW 30th Ave
Alan: in one of the Worst county jail for 9 months Imocent / not knowing anything and loss Everything I owned - ASSAULTED numerous times (EVEN ) on Solitary confinement / a imate was Allowed ( poor supervision ) to escape and jump me from behind - Wittness Suicides (multiple ) - Murders (by inmates and Guards - rapes and assaults - a cellmate hung himself and died and I was DNA'D and they was trying to charge me with murder - they tried to resitate him for I say about 3 hours (with the High death rate in that jail they HAD to (the state/ Feds WAS ABOUT TO TAKE OVER THE JAIL IF ANY MORE DEATHS ) - LO AND bEHOLD ABOUT 3 MONTHS LATER THE INMATE walked back in the jail brought from the prison hospital --
JM: Did you spend time in a holding cell after your sentencing? If so, what was that like? If you didn't where did they they take you instead?
Alan: I was locked in a ONE man cell with 3 Muderers - 1 killed and Burnt his girlfriend on a trash pile - 1 killed people in 3 different towns including beating 1 to death with bricks - the other beast I recalled killed his whole family --
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