A prison guard says she was forced to stay at her post during labor pains. Texas is fighting compensation for her stillbirth

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I'm sorry, but if they're not physically restraining me (which would be false imprisonment), I'd just walk out the door and sort it out later. Some people aren't the sharpest tools.
Lol, you ain't free to just walk up out a prison pleighboi.......inmate or employee........
 

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I'm sorry, but if they're not physically restraining me (which would be false imprisonment), I'd just walk out the door and sort it out later. Some people aren't the sharpest tools.
"Just walk out" of what door-of a prison? The bolded is ironic :mjgrin:

Anywho, I hope the State and Gov Abbott and Atty Gen Paxton, Sen Cruz, everyone keep getting sued, harassed, editorialized and all of the above until the day they die.

RIP to the baby and hope the woman gets justice. If she can't get it in Texas seek it at the Federal level.
 
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