Last night at Montana State Prison two inmates got into an altercation in the bathroom on the low side. One inmate stabbed the other with a pen. Friends of the inmate who was stabbed rushed in to break it up leading to another inmate being stabbed. Both inmates that were injured are in the infirmary.
On the high side an inmate slit another inmates throat leaving this inmate dead. Apparently the rumor that is flying around is that the inmate was killed because he was a sex offender. Did one incident have anything to do with the other? That remains unknown for now.
Montana‘s prisons are rife with suicides, deaths, threats from officers, etc. The corruption level is over the top. Officers pushing inmates too the level of suicide and even instigating murder. Remember how Montana State Prison segmented a major portion, well over 30% of the prison by not allowing them visits. Even on the low side calling the inmates to the cage one by one telling them the new rules. Inmates all over the compound started knowing what was happening. At the same time Montana Department of Corrections has a large portion of so called sex offenders because they are changing the definition in Montana of a cowboy into a sex offender. Even labeling the Incarcerated Montana Fireman a “sex offender” when the law did not even mandate it. We were told that even the Florida Department of Corrections did a double question on that one. That Montana would go so far to label someone when the law does not even call for it.
Montana check your statistics. Educate yourself on how much money funnels through MDOJ/DPHHS/MDOC and whoever else is involved. Connect the dots. Be a Montana citizen who becomes aware.
Update: This was stated by Montana’s State Prison Public Information Officer, Linda Moodry
The unit where Hartford was killed is monitored by prison staff and security cameras. However, Moodry said they don’t have cameras in all the cells at the prison.
“They (the prisoners) are monitored and watched, but, unfortunately things like this can happen,” Moodry said.
I suppose that all of these suicides, deaths, and threats are all treated the same way. ” ….unfortunately things like this can happen.” What a shame, they never release all the information because there is too much too hide. Why weren’t the officers doing their jobs? How many officers knew this was going to go down? The cellmate of the inmate that was murdered has been made to stay in the cell where the murder had taken place. What happened to proper protocol in this state? How can a true investigation take place? Again, things smell really, really rotten!