http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/6844573.htm Since the death of an inmate after a scuffle with corrections officers last spring, the Gloucester County, N.J., Jail, near Philadelphia, has found itself in an uncomfortable spotlight, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. A grand jury is investigating the inmate's death. The county NAACP is looking into allegations of poor living conditions at the 180-bed facility. At least three inmates have been treated during the last three months for staph infections, which can spread . . .
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