Once again I bring my sergeant to you. I know in my first letter it was kind of hard to understand my writting, from my misspelling. I has a little help from a friend in this one.
In doing my research on the Justice System. And my understand is, and I (quote) "there are fore proceeding. (1) arraignments, (2) preliminary (3) court, and trial. I went through the motion of going to court, only to hear my name and postponed for another date. Court is a legal proceeding by which a case is brought to court in hearing a case and decides them on the basis of statutes or the common of the law. "That didn't happen to me." I was told my Public Defender can't postponed his/her clients court procedure, without a word from the clients. To make such a rule legal, the clients can't talk to the Judge, him or her have to talk to the Public Defender and they will tell the Judge what you want to say. Most of the time your attorney hear you and don't hear you. California law and rules don't recognize the Human Constitution right freedom of speech, Due process of law, Right to a speedy and public trial, cruel and unusual punishment inflicted, and 14 Amendment right. Why shouldn't we have "two" set of the Constitutions rights in the United States and California. Every person may freely speak, write and publish his or her sentiment on all subjects. Being responsible for the abuse of this right. A law may not restrain or abridge liberty of speech or press, I don't understand. As for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. There are (36) prisons throughout the state. All of them are ran difference. In every prisons there are fore yards, facility. Between the fore Facility rules are double-standard eighter facility just a step a-way. The only thing are the same is the food menu runs for months it don't change. They feed us some type of meat they called chicken, "I think it emu." In California prisons every month or more prisoner "die." I been in a facility for five years or more, and in the five that has been over one hundred death reviews just in this facility along. (Consultant to the California Prison Receivership) Although the overall rate of death in the California prisons is stable, there has been a slight in the pasting years, "Doctor: Kent Imai, MD." said, and I quote one study from medical literature addresses the problem of reviewer variability. 393 hospital deaths in a veteran's administration hospital were first reviewed judged that 23% of the deaths were possibly preventable and 6% definitely preventable. "Causes of prisoners death just in 2012. There were 367 deaths. Table one shows the causes of death in all cases. These listed causes represent the underlying condition that led to the patients. For example, if a patient died of sepsis or septicemia (bloodstream infection) because chemotherapy for an underlying cancer is listed as cause of death.
Acute myeloid leukemia, anus, duodenum, face, larynx, oropharynx, ovary peritoneal, sarcoma, scrotum tonsil. All but one of the 72 cases of liver cancer and stage liver disease in every year.
If California didn't try so hard to take, take and take from the prisoner and the public, California Prison Healthcare System has used the death review as a major instrument for improving the quality of healthcare. "It all about the money." death reviews and the peer review activity that it activated, were largely responsible for identifying the need for more clinical accountability which led to the development of a systemic primary care patient centered infrastructure and a culture of quality improvement. Prisoners patient are subject to both Doctors and nurses who are in training, a guinea pig subject of research experiment in new medication and new treatment. Prisoners are caught between California Government, C.D.C.R. and Medical. I have been waited for my false teeth since "2011" I just got them 2019 and they still don't fit right. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, don't help in any way and the California Government have everybody afraid to help prisoners specially the attorney. They want to be in control of everything.
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