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Interview with Girliegirl, Paul, Tyler, Tom, Ryan, Zach and Pat

JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications?
Girliegirl: yes
Paul: yes
Tyler: Yes, provided your medications were approved.
Tom: i had no medication so
Ryan: I didn't need any while I was in there so I wouldn't know how that was.
Zach: The medical staff was a bit of a clusterf*ck. Medications would be withheld, mixed up, or simply forgotten about.
Pat: No

JM: How did you get your medications?
Girliegirl: They gave them to me once a day
Paul: carried my inhaler with me
Tyler: They called people for morning and evening meds.
Tom: a nurse would come by with all the inmates medication and the inmates would line up and get their meds.
Ryan: I wasn't in need of any, so I don't know the entire procees in receiving it. But I do know that if you wanted it, you needed to make an appointment with the doctor first. And that was a $15-$20 fee alone. then they would charge you for the perscription to be filled.
Zach: I did not take any medications.
Pat: Nurse would come 2x/day to give meds

JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this?
Girliegirl: The hole or moved to another facility. Level I went to level II and so on...
Paul: dunno
Tyler: Not sure about drugs. People that were caught smoking were sent to R9 initial jail holding cell for days or weeks.
Tom: none the inmates would have to open their mouths an show the nurse that they in fact did swollow the meds.
Ryan: After taking the medication, they would have you open your mouth to check that you took yourmedicine. And if they caught you storing, or saving your pills for whatever reason, they would cancel your perscription. And not give you any more.
Zach: I imagine the punishments would be harsh. I did not witness this.
Pat: Yes, no punishment given

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