Angola inmate on hunger strike in the Prison dungeon awaiting administrative investigation

BATON ROUGE, La. (LOCAL 33) (FOX 44) -  

Tammy Ty Page, Publicist and Media Consultant for TRU-Bossalinie Records said, "Corey 'CMurder' Miller is on a hunger strike in hopes of bringing attention to the discrimination and abuse that occurs at The Louisiana State Penitentiary."
Miller, an inmate at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, has been sitting in the dungeon for 12 days awaiting an administrative investigation into contraband allegations. 
According to Page, Miller was found not guilty per an LSP official but did not receive any notification of the verdict. 
When a not guilty verdict is given an inmate is supposed to be released from the dungeon but Miller was left there with no documentation or write-up.
Page said, "this is not the first time this has happened nor the longest Miller has remained in the hole for a long amount of time. He has been placed in there for months at times before on charges that ended up being thrown out."
Page believes that Assistant Warden Barrett Boeker is retaliating against Miller because of a discrimination grievance that Miller filed a couple months ago against Boeker.
According to Page, Warden Boeker "currently has internal charges against him from numerous inmates inside those walls and are left to accept any punishment that is handed to them regardless of whether it is warranted or not."

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