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Help me! Federal court documents allege that deputies took Steel to the hospital three days earlier, as well as had a nurse look at her on the day in question. Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern and his team say there is more to the story than what Steel claims. It cuts deep when people make false allegations about you.
One woman sued after she was ordered, but refused, to take off her top in front of men. Another sued after she alleged deputies refused to give her a menstrual pad for more than six hours despite asking for one multiple times. Oakland attorney Yolanda Huang represents all the plaintiffs spanning four lawsuits. Nationally, the rates of female incarceration -- which are growing at twice the rate of men -- are raising alarms for several national advocacy groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union.
California defies the national statistics, and the rate of female incarceration has been decreasing in the Golden State. But in general, he claimed most women who sue the jails are out for the money. None of the three women that 2 Investigates interviewed ended up being convicted for the crimes that they were arrested for.
The charges against all of them were dropped, says their attorney. On this day, and despite claims in lawsuits about blood-stained and feces-covered walls, the rooms were clean and there was no foul odors in the air. There was plenty of toilet paper and menstrual pads lining the bathroom shelves. Even our door knobs are polished. Not all women are unhappy with the treatment they get at Santa Rita. She was seen at the medical clinic at Santa Rita, where she was diagnosed with cancer and is now being treated.
But she refused. Turano said she was denied a menstrual pad for more six hours despite asking for one four times. My clothes. The bench I was sitting on. I walked out of the jail soaked, covered in blood. I was ashamed She also said the cell she stayed in was disgusting. After being released the next morning, Turano had to hop on BART and a bus back home to where she lived in the Berkeley hills with blood-stained pants. If not for themselves, then for others. No woman should have to do that, whether they are in jail or not.