What happens when inmate care goes wrong What happens when inmate care goes wrong
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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