A message from Cuentame:
Roberto Martinez-Medina died in CCA’s Stewart private detention facility in 2009. He was arrested for not having a driver’s license.
CCA whistleblower Bryan Holcomb has exposed how the company repeatedly ignored Medina’s pleas for care of his heart ailment and how they cut medical care costs to make a profit.
CCA profited off of Medina’s incarceration and the lack of health services. The deteriorating conditions are directly related to cutting costs for profit.
CCA has gone to great lengths to hush Medina’s death.
Demand an investigation today. Nobody should die for a corporation to make profit.