Letter to Texas DCJ about a Prisoner in dire need of medical care

Sir,
This concerns inmate Jeffrey Thomas #1392641, who is being held at McConnell Unit. He has been suffering – progressively – from an unbelievably painful hernia for over 3 years and is in dire need of a proper hernia operation – as soon as possible – before he dies.

Please see to it that Mr Thomas receive adequate medical care IMMEDIATELY, by having him examined and treated by an outside hospital. He also needs mental healthcare and he needs to be in a unit where his medical needs are met, including his level of feeling safe.

His healthcare is your responsibility, and so is his death, if he should die of neglected or inadequate medical care on your guard. Remember the lives in your hands, to care for them as well as you personally possibly can.
In hopes you are hearing our pleas for our brother Jeffrey.

Sent to:
tbcj@tdcj.texas.gov (The Chair of the (TBCJ) Texas Board of Criminal Justice, Dale Wainwright)
exec.services@tdcj.state.tx.us (TDCJ Director Bryan Collier)
ombudsman@tdcj.texas.gov
Philip.Sifuentes@tdcj.texas.gov (Senior Warden)
Billy.Hirsch@tdcj.texas.gov (CI Division Deputy Director)
Miguel.Martinez@tdcj.texas.gov (Regional Director: Miguel Martinez, Region IV)

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