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Articles by Angela Galloway

System Examined in Death of Washington Prisoner

By the time the guard helped him, the 32-year-old burglar's eyes and skin glowed yellow. Curled up on his metal bunk at McNeil Island Correctional Center, Phillip Montgomery's lanky, athletic body lay weak from days of pain and vomiting.

A nurse refused to even look at the prisoner, according to ...

Washington Prison Health Care Substandard

When Leland Workman's heart faltered while he was imprisoned at McNeil Island Correction Center, the nurses couldn't find the IV equipment needed to ease his chest and arm pain.

They couldn't find standing orders for managing emergencies when there's no doctor on duty at the island prison.

They knew they ...