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Interview with Ted, Lisa, Tania and Thomas

JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications?
Ted: They gave medications every morning and every night if you needed it. They had doctors there but you had to sign something to see the doctor. You wouldn't go right in and see him that unless you were deathly sick. Then they would probably take you to the hospital.
Lisa: yes but didnt was there services
Tania: only if you had the medications brought in. i did not have the necessary medicaitons personally
Thomas: Yes but only by doctors orders

JM: How did you get your medications?
Ted: You have to go to a cart, you would be called out to take your meds.
Lisa: no didnt need any was fine just need rest and sleeep and pray and get out of there and smile
Tania: the nurse would come to the block three times daily to give medications or check blood sugars, ect.. if approved by the doctor.
Thomas: The nurse would carry them on a cart nd went from cell to cell and dispensed them at the door as needed.

JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this?
Ted: They would probably give them another charge if they got caught with it.
Lisa: prisoner also had problems with there meds or wanted more meds and stuff like that and just wannt to be sence all the time
Tania: i witnessed people not swallowing medications and selling it to other inmates. you would get the medicaiton taken away or have to have a nurse watch you swallow it and check
Thomas: Depending on the infraction, but always solitary confinement and if applicable new charges would occur and yes I witnessed this a few times

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