Milwaukee County Jail
Controversial Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke will take a new job at the Department of Homeland Security after a grand jury recommended criminal charges against staff members at a jail that he runs after the dehydration death of inmate Terrill Thomas.
"Come on, [Milwaukee] Sheriff [David] Clarke,'' Roland Martin said during a recent segment of NewsOne Now, "buck up in your big cowboy hat and be a man and talk about how this man died in your jail."
A Wisconsin jury recommended criminal charges for Milwaukee County jail employees Monday in the death of inmate Terrill Thomas, who recently died after being denied water for seven days.
Milwaukee County Jail inmate Terrill Thomas was cut off from water for seven days while in a solitary confinement cell before dying of dehydration, said prosecutors Monday.
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