December 2020- COVID Continues

Corcoran State Prison continues to violate the rights of the incarcerated population and denies them access to phone calls, yard, and dayroom for weeks on end despite weekly testing and safety protocol. Those who are incarcerated are locked in a 6 foot by 9 foot cement cell for 24 hours a day with no way to stretch their legs, access to fresh air or sunlight. Visits have not been prohibited since March 2020 due to the deadly pandemic, phone calls are essential for families in this situation. Corcoran State Prison is arbitrarily locking down the incarcerated population 24 hours a day for weeks with only a day or so in between so that they never go over the 14 day maximum rule but this has been happening since June 2020. At this time COVID19 has taken 121 lives in California Facilities and there are currently 7,796 incarcerated individuals in California Facilities who are COVID positive at this moment. There are currently 120 officers and 157 incarcerated individuals who have active positive cases of COVID at Corcoran State Prison. This is not acceptable. #BringThemHome

The Guardian: ‘People are Terrifed’ a Coronavirus surge across California’s Prisons Renews Calls for Releases

New York Times: States are Shutting Down Prisons as Guards Crippled by Covid

The Davis Vanguard: “CDCR is committing reckless endangerment. Moving people without test results.” -COVID19 Stories from CDCR’s staff (this article is about SATF, Corcoran’s sister facility

The David Vanguard: COVID-19 Stories from CDCR San Quentin (this is an accurate look at what really happens inside prison with covid)

Mercury News: Spike in COVID19 at Salinas Valley Prison followed Inner Yard Transfer

About Sean & Eiam

Sean O'Brien was wrongfully convicted in adult court in El Dorado County, California and sentenced to Life Without Parole at the age of 16 without a shred of physical evidence tying him to the crime for which he was convicted. Sean and I have been friends since grade school and we were married in 2017. We live and grow together in love with the knowledge of his innocence, our faith, and hope for our future. We embrace this journey, wherever it may take us, cherishing each moment we have together and staying true to our hearts. This blog is about the past we share, our life together and our fight for justice. Thank you for reading. God bless.
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2 Responses to December 2020- COVID Continues

  1. Cindy McMicken says:

    What can we do? Who can we write to?


  2. Write to the warden: or the Prison Information Officer : or the governor’s office, the secretary of CDCR thank you


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