Illinois Inmate Death in 2015 Still Raising Questions

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The moments after a confrontation with prison guards left Illinois inmate Terrance Jenkins unresponsive in 2015, the paramedics trying to save his life made a troubling discovery: five small, crumpled balls of what looked like notebook paper lodged in his throat, blocking his airway, the Chicago Tribune reports. The death of the inmate, serving a life sentence for murder, set off an immediate . . .

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