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by Sharon Rondeau

TDOC Communications Director Neysa Taylor

(Nov. 30, 2016) — 2:21 p.m. EST – On Tuesday, The Post & Email received a letter from a Tennessee inmate alleging repeated physical abuse by a correction officer.

Just minutes ago, we sent an email to Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) Communications Director Neysa Taylor reporting the alleged incidents.

We are keeping the inmate’s name, prisoner number and location confidential at this time for his protection.

The following is the message sent to Taylor with the appropriate redactions:

Sharon Rondeau

Neysa Taylor (neysa.taylor@tn.gov)

Hello, Ms. Taylor, I have received what I believe is a credible report from an inmate at XXXXXX of “assault and battery” on the part of a correction officer against him.

I have received mail from this inmate previously.  His name is XXXXXXX, #XXXXXXX, and he alleges that he was punched in the stomach several weeks ago and, more recently, “still being assaulted and battered” by a Corporal — the name looks like “XXXXXXX.”

His writing is a bit difficult to read, so I am unsure of the last name.

As you have requested documentation from me previously, I am sending you the pertinent part of his letter detailing the alleged abuse, his reported attempts to formally reach the warden about it, and the fear for his life he expresses.

I will advise XXXXXX that I have contacted you and will encourage him to keep in touch with me as to any improvements in his situation or retaliation he might endure once it is investigated.

Thank you very much for your attention to this matter.

Sharon Rondeau, Editor
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