Inmate sues for proper medical care

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  1. Salty

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    Between the four of them, there were over 70 arrests?

    I say give them dental floss. They're keeping police officers and prison guards employed and should be kept healthy so more jobs aren't lost.

    Look, I just solved the unemployment problem. More crime = more employment. I should run for President because logical am I. And smartical as well. Mhm!
     
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    Inmates don't get dental floss, Bradshaw said, because it's made of a strong fiber and can be fashioned into a weapon or even a rope.

    "We're not going to give them something that could easily be turned into something else," Bradshaw said.


    Makes sense. Good enough for me.
     
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    No dental floss. It's a security risk that could cost the life of a jailer or correctional officer.

    Inmates are furnished tooth powder or paste and toothbrushes. Texas inmates can buy dental flossers with a 1/2 inch strip of dental floss on a u shapeds holder in the commissary.

    The judge should throw out the suits.
     

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