Criss in Federal Prison lexington Ky.

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My father recently died July 15, 2011, he was a inmate at the federal medical center in Lexington Ky. I know this will not help him because he is gone now but I am hoping that this petition will help others who have loved ones in prison that are being denied medical attention, expecially when they are begging to be seen by a doctor because they are in so much pain, as my dad was. I have read many horrible things about the FMC Lexington F4 unit ( a locked prison inside a prison). In this part of the prison, the men are mostly bed redridden, and should be receiving around the clock care as if they were in a nursing home.
My dad would frequently complain to me and my sister that he had repeatedly asked for medical attention and would not receive any until he was rushed to the ER, with a heart attack or stroke. I am asking for congress to support the position of having all federal medical center prisons inspected regularly to ensure that inmates who are already sick, do not get neglected and die in prison. If they are not going to give them decent treatment/care, they should send them home to let their families deal with the issue. The government will save the tens of thousands of dollars being spent on medicine, treatment and surgeries for inmates. If the inmate is very sick and do not pose a threat to society, why not send them home and save tax payers dollars.
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There are former employee's talking about the neglect that goes on in the F4 unit in lexington Ky, FMC. Please look into this it would mean alot to alot of people including me!

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If we are going to place sick inmates in custody they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. We need to provide them with competent medical care. Hence they are calling these places Federal Medical Facilities for a reason. Or so I was lead to believe. Please put legislation in place that requires frequent monitoring of these facilities. It sounds like we treat prisoners of war better than our own.
These inmates in here needs our help. Dear God please.
my father who is in very bad health will be in thier until im 16. im 14, if anything EVER happens i want to help bring awareness to this.!!!!!!!
Lexington Fed. Med. Center, in Lexington Ky. Isn't giving m y son his proper medical care. My son Ricardo Dyson need surgery for a hernia since 2009, they say it too risky for them to do. because he is a hemophiliac, Lexington stop giving him his fractor VIII, because there is another hemophillac there, my son is in pain everyday because he needs his surgery. My son has asthmas gone without a inhaler, he needs PT for his elbow and foot and they will not send him for PT. I hope and pray that someone will read this and give me a answer, why Congress will not do anything about the inmates dying in Lexington Ky. Fed. Medical Center.
my bf is being sent here for bullets.. why would they send him here?
my bf is being sent here for bullets.. why would they send him here?
I was released 12/29/2005 that place needs to be investigated.
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As a doctor, and as someone with a loved one at FMC Lexington, I know how much slips through the cracks. Sometimes, it is prejudicial attitude by medical staff. All medical providers should treat every person equally and with compassion. If we have to inspect more (with non-biased inspectors) to ensure that medical care providers follow their own oaths, do it.