Ernest Henderson Jr. had spent two months inside the Bibb County Jail, awaiting trial on felony theft charges, when he noticed a blister on his... What happens when inmate care goes wrong

Ernest Henderson Jr. had spent two months inside the Bibb County Jail, awaiting trial on felony theft chargeswhen he noticed a blister on his left foot. So, Henderson, a Macon resident in his early 50s, sought medical care in early February 2018. He didn’t see a doctor at first. Nurses saw him twice a day, changed the dressing, and soaked it in water. As the weeks passed, and it grew infected, Henderson says he complained about his care.

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