Women inmates suffer agonizing deaths

AJC investigation shows questionable medical care for prisoners

For nearly a decade, a succession of inmates at one of the largest women’s prisons in Georgia has suffered agonizing deaths, some going days, weeks and even months before receiving treatment that might have saved or prolonged their lives, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution investigation has found.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution offers an in-depth look at what happened to the inmates, and why the doctor continues to treat others. You can read the results of our investigation by clicking here. Also, read about how the doctor may have given officials a false picture of his qualifications.