While in the Cobb County jail, Donna Sanders was hospitalized seven times as she tried to explain to the doctor in charge that she needed four dialysis treatments a week, not the three allowed by the county.
She told a judge in the plainest of terms that she was dying. She was sentenced to prison anyway.
Then, as she predicted, she didn’t last long. On her second day at a state prison, she died.
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