When Glennese Smith Scott, 33, of Natchez, Mississippi reported deputies at the Adams County Jail for mistreatment of inmates in 2003, she was speaking out against injustice and trying to raise awareness of the inhumane conditions that many African-American inmates face in a legal system riddled with racial disparities.

But in trying to give voice to the voiceless in a small town arguably still entrenched Mississippi’s “Good ole’ Boy” system, Scott claims that she found herself simultaneously cast as criminal and victim to one of the most heart-wrenching tragedies that can befall a woman –  and has been met with a brick wall of silence and bureaucracy ever since.

For more on Glennese Smith Scott’s story, read here: http://www.techyville.com/2013/04/social-media/womans-lawsuit-claims-she-miscarried-twins-and-had-infection-while-in-police-custody/

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