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A SPECIAL EVENING WITH IJAN

Tuesday May 11, 6:30 – 8 PM

Part ll of the Tragedy at Anamosa

IJAN invites you to zoom in to this panel discussion to hear how life has progressed for the incarcerated people and their loved ones at Anamosa since the tragic murders last month. Allow these people to update you on conditions, perceptions and morale. Panelists are:

Tim Diesberg----Board Member of Iowa Prison Industries, former Department of Corrections employee and organizer of the Apprenticeship Programs for Iowa’s incarcerated individuals.

Eddie Walker----Returned citizen who served 17.5 years in Iowa prisons, numerous of those years at Anamosa

Walter Herman----Loved one of an incarcerated individual currently at Anamosa State Penitentiary

Anji----A loved one of an maintenance worker at Anamosa at the time of the murders who, along with other maintenance workers has since been transferred to Iowa State Penitentiary.

IJAN board member----Will read several o-mails from individuals housed at Anamosa.

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In Iowa over 3500 inmates have tested positive. )Total population is about 7500.) 13 have died. 2 staff have died. The Newton Correctional facility is the latest prison to have an outbreak. I have a lot of clients there. The facility is on lockdown as the cases have increased from a few to 145 in a week. The DOC publishes daily statistics which show positive cases and deaths. The numbers do not tell you about how many have symptoms or are hospitalized.
I am not in a position to determine how careful the DOC prevention efforts have been. I do appreciate how difficult that job would be. Iowa has not particularly done much of a job in the overall population.
It is so difficult to be that vigilant for so long.
Sometimes I get tired. I have been a lawyer for over forty years. Stories like these provide some energy.
But it really took this person and his helpers a really long time. I guess they found the way to keep going.
Covid and the Iowa prisons
Last week we learned that the Anamosa prison had a major outbreak. After testing everyone, the DOC learned that about half the population there were positive.
Today the number is 485 inmates positive. (a little over half) The number of staff currently positive is 50. That would be 50 people who presumably are not working. I do not know the total number of employees but that is a lot of sick staff. The New York Times numbers today for Iowa Counties has Jones at the top.

In addition to ASP, last week the first 3 inmates were diagnosed as positive at the Rockwell City prison. This morning there are 254. (That is a little more than half.)
Calhoun County is the second Iowa County on that Times list.

And then there is the Clarenda prison. They had a smaller outbreak several weeks ago. It seemed under control. This morning the list shows 377 positive. Page County is third on the Times list. (900 inmates at that prison.)

The women's prison (ICIW) had its first 2 positives about 10 days ago. That number has only gone up to 4. But there are 10 sick staff.

There were 6 inmates hospitalized as of this past Friday.

All this is happening in the context of what is happening in Iowa and the Country, and I guess the world.
Iowa had an average of 1200 new cases on October 1. Today it is 3500. I put this chart from the Times below.

We will have a new president. That is fantastic. That will not be for two months. We need to do something now.
I understand they had jury trials in Cedar Rapids this last month. One place to start, Iowa judicial system, is to stop that right now.
It cannot be a return to normal.
But it is early on a Monday morning.
Let us have hope and lots of prayers.
I will self sensor these comments about the voters in Iowa.
But, how could you vote for a party that has thumbed its collective nose at COVID.
Remember COVID?
There were over 5000 new cases in Iowa yesterday. That is not a typo.
Hospitalizations were at an all time high, at over 800.
Deaths are matching the high from 5 months.
I wondered why Jones County had such a high rate.
I now know the answer.
In the prisons there is a major outbreak at the Anamosa prison. There were two inmates positive at the end of last week. They have started mass testing. There are now 37 positive staff. The number of positive inmates is 476. That is out of 985. That is about as close to half as the vote in Georgia.
How do they have enough staff to do anything.
And then there is football, precious football. Unless you live in Wisconsin where they are too sick.

Wear a mask. Be careful. At least I think we are going to have a new president, if we can survive that long.
It is just a quiet story at this point. It probably does not make the news. The fourth Iowa prison looks to be starting another major outbreak of Covid 19.
First it was the Fort Dodge prison about August 1. By the time it was finished 350 people had gotten sick, and 3 were dead.
A month ago it was IMCC. There are still 12 sick there with the prison listing 308 as having recovered. 1 person died.
Mount Pleasant was next. There are still 34 listed as sick, as of today, with 404 having recovered.
Since last Thursday the fourth prison, the one located at Clarenda, has gone from having 0 people sick to 16 and now to 35. Where will it stop?
The statistics now show that 1017 residents of the Iowa prison system have gotten sick. 4 are dead. Who knows how many have had their bodies compromised. The DOC does not list the number hospitalized.
But Anamosa, Fort Madison, the women's prison at Mitchellville, and Rockwell City have all had 0's. Newton, where I have so many clients, has just had one at this point and another one a few weeks ago.
I guess that is something. I suppose someone is trying.

I am glad that many Iowa prisons have kept out the virus.
The virus was not part of the sentence anyone was given.
People tell us to remember certain events by saying their names.
So say the names of the prisons and remember the people locked away who are loved by someone. Say a prayer to keep them safe. Say a prayer that they are not forgotten.
Update for Iowa DOC
There are currently two outbreaks of the virus at prisons in Iowa.
The outbreak at the general population units at IMCC (Coralville( enters its third week. The number of positive inmates is down to 128, having been about 150 a few days ago. No deaths. The DOC does not report how many of the positives are really sick.
The outbreak at the Mount Pleasant prison is now about a week from its start. The DOC reports 38 positives who are not recovered, slightly down from 44 a few days ago.
The outbreak at Fort Dodge is all but over with over 300 inmates having been sick with 3 deaths. Only 2 remain listed as positive and not recovered.
Fort Madison remains at 0 for inmates. 13 staff are sick. Fingers crossed at this point.
I so hope this is either the Onion or so other fake news. In our mixed up world it is difficult to tell.
But I worry that it is true.
If it is true someone....(self censored)
I write this because the Iowa prison system is the forgotten stage on which the pandemic appears.
A month ago the virus ravaged the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility. By the time it was mostly over 1/3 of the population had tested positive, and 3 were dead. That was over 300 people.

At the moment there is an outbreak in the general population at the Coralville facility, the Iowa Medical and Classification Center. According to daily statistics published on the DOC webpage, the first person tested positive about 10 days ago. It then went from 1 to 39 to 59 to 79 to 95 to 97 to 125. Todays numbers were only 88. That is hopeful.
But there is no information about who is hospitalized.

Warning signs are appearing at other prisons.
At Fort Madison 9 staff are currently positive.
5 staff are positive at Anamosa.
At Mount Pleasant a news release from the DOC identified 3 inmates positive. It was 0 yesterday.

The prisons are not immune to this plague. It is in many ways more difficult to contain.
Please do not forget these people.
I write to provide a modest update regarding the virus outbreak at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility. I wrote last on 7-11 saying 104 inmates and 9 staff were sick.
The DOC reports new numbers each day. They report with a column for inmates/staff positive and recovered. When a positive person is recovered they are taken off the positive list.
So today, 7-22, the numbers for inmates were 124 positive and 172 recovered. That is a total of 296 out of about 1100 who have been positive at one point or another. For staff there are 20 positive and 9 recovered. The president of the Union reports there are 40 staff not working either because they are positive and not recovered or they are waiting results.
I do not have the total number of staff. But the percentage absent is bound to impact inmates doing anything. An inmate reports that their limited time outdoors is being cut since there are not enough staff to supervisor.
Elsewhere in the DOC there is only 1 inmate reported to be positive. IMCC reports a troubling 5 staff positive, with 12 recovered. ICIW and ASP have 2 staff sick each place.

So far the DOC says only one inmate has died. Another died not long after that at Fort Dodge but they are not giving the cause of death.

Scary. Anytime there is literally a captive population rapid spread is not far away.
I continue to think the DOC is trying and does have leadership that cares. That is not the case with others in government.
Be safe.

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A SPECIAL EVENING WITH IJAN

Tuesday May 11, 6:30 – 8 PM

Part ll of the Tragedy at Anamosa

IJAN invites you to zoom in to this panel discussion to hear how life has progressed for the incarcerated people and their loved ones at Anamosa since the tragic murders last month. Allow these people to update you on conditions, perceptions and morale. Panelists are:

Tim Diesberg----Board Member of Iowa Prison Industries, former Department of Corrections employee and organizer of the Apprenticeship Programs for Iowa’s incarcerated individuals.

Eddie Walker----Returned citizen who served 17.5 years in Iowa prisons, numerous of those years at Anamosa

Walter Herman----Loved one of an incarcerated individual currently at Anamosa State Penitentiary

Anji----A loved one of an maintenance worker at Anamosa at the time of the murders who, along with other maintenance workers has since been transferred to Iowa State Penitentiary.

IJAN board member----Will read several o-mails from individuals housed at Anamosa.

Questions from you will be addressed by panelists.



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In Iowa over 3500 inmates have tested positive. )Total population is about 7500.) 13 have died. 2 staff have died. The Newton Correctional facility is the latest prison to have an outbreak. I have a lot of clients there. The facility is on lockdown as the cases have increased from a few to 145 in a week. The DOC publishes daily statistics which show positive cases and deaths. The numbers do not tell you about how many have symptoms or are hospitalized.
I am not in a position to determine how careful the DOC prevention efforts have been. I do appreciate how difficult that job would be. Iowa has not particularly done much of a job in the overall population.
It is so difficult to be that vigilant for so long.

nytimes.com China said one of its candidates was effective. A congressman-elect from Louisiana has died of Covid-19 complications. Long-term symptoms are sending patients back to the hospital. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.

nytimes.com 12/18/2020

Convicted Using False Testimony, Michigan Man Is Free After 38 Years

Sometimes I get tired. I have been a lawyer for over forty years. Stories like these provide some energy.
But it really took this person and his helpers a really long time. I guess they found the way to keep going.

nytimes.com After years of outreach by University of Michigan law students, a woman admitted that her account of seeing Walter Forbes help set a deadly fire had been “a complete fabrication.”

[11/06/20]   I will self sensor these comments about the voters in Iowa.
But, how could you vote for a party that has thumbed its collective nose at COVID.
Remember COVID?
There were over 5000 new cases in Iowa yesterday. That is not a typo.
Hospitalizations were at an all time high, at over 800.
Deaths are matching the high from 5 months.
I wondered why Jones County had such a high rate.
I now know the answer.
In the prisons there is a major outbreak at the Anamosa prison. There were two inmates positive at the end of last week. They have started mass testing. There are now 37 positive staff. The number of positive inmates is 476. That is out of 985. That is about as close to half as the vote in Georgia.
How do they have enough staff to do anything.
And then there is football, precious football. Unless you live in Wisconsin where they are too sick.

Wear a mask. Be careful. At least I think we are going to have a new president, if we can survive that long.

[10/06/20]   It is just a quiet story at this point. It probably does not make the news. The fourth Iowa prison looks to be starting another major outbreak of Covid 19.
First it was the Fort Dodge prison about August 1. By the time it was finished 350 people had gotten sick, and 3 were dead.
A month ago it was IMCC. There are still 12 sick there with the prison listing 308 as having recovered. 1 person died.
Mount Pleasant was next. There are still 34 listed as sick, as of today, with 404 having recovered.
Since last Thursday the fourth prison, the one located at Clarenda, has gone from having 0 people sick to 16 and now to 35. Where will it stop?
The statistics now show that 1017 residents of the Iowa prison system have gotten sick. 4 are dead. Who knows how many have had their bodies compromised. The DOC does not list the number hospitalized.
But Anamosa, Fort Madison, the women's prison at Mitchellville, and Rockwell City have all had 0's. Newton, where I have so many clients, has just had one at this point and another one a few weeks ago.
I guess that is something. I suppose someone is trying.

I am glad that many Iowa prisons have kept out the virus.
The virus was not part of the sentence anyone was given.
People tell us to remember certain events by saying their names.
So say the names of the prisons and remember the people locked away who are loved by someone. Say a prayer to keep them safe. Say a prayer that they are not forgotten.

[09/04/20]   Update for Iowa DOC
There are currently two outbreaks of the virus at prisons in Iowa.
The outbreak at the general population units at IMCC (Coralville( enters its third week. The number of positive inmates is down to 128, having been about 150 a few days ago. No deaths. The DOC does not report how many of the positives are really sick.
The outbreak at the Mount Pleasant prison is now about a week from its start. The DOC reports 38 positives who are not recovered, slightly down from 44 a few days ago.
The outbreak at Fort Dodge is all but over with over 300 inmates having been sick with 3 deaths. Only 2 remain listed as positive and not recovered.
Fort Madison remains at 0 for inmates. 13 staff are sick. Fingers crossed at this point.

dailykos.com 08/28/2020

While Trump speaks, a paralyzed Jacob Blake is now reportedly handcuffed to his hospital bed

I so hope this is either the Onion or so other fake news. In our mixed up world it is difficult to tell.
But I worry that it is true.
If it is true someone....(self censored)

dailykos.com Sometimes there really are no words… (CNN) Jacob Blake, who remains hospitalized after sustaining multiple injuries, is now handcuffed to his bed, his family said. Blake's uncle told CNN on Thursday that Blake's father visited the Wauwatosa, Wisconsin...

[08/27/20]   I write this because the Iowa prison system is the forgotten stage on which the pandemic appears.
A month ago the virus ravaged the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility. By the time it was mostly over 1/3 of the population had tested positive, and 3 were dead. That was over 300 people.

At the moment there is an outbreak in the general population at the Coralville facility, the Iowa Medical and Classification Center. According to daily statistics published on the DOC webpage, the first person tested positive about 10 days ago. It then went from 1 to 39 to 59 to 79 to 95 to 97 to 125. Todays numbers were only 88. That is hopeful.
But there is no information about who is hospitalized.

Warning signs are appearing at other prisons.
At Fort Madison 9 staff are currently positive.
5 staff are positive at Anamosa.
At Mount Pleasant a news release from the DOC identified 3 inmates positive. It was 0 yesterday.

The prisons are not immune to this plague. It is in many ways more difficult to contain.
Please do not forget these people.

[07/23/20]   I write to provide a modest update regarding the virus outbreak at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility. I wrote last on 7-11 saying 104 inmates and 9 staff were sick.
The DOC reports new numbers each day. They report with a column for inmates/staff positive and recovered. When a positive person is recovered they are taken off the positive list.
So today, 7-22, the numbers for inmates were 124 positive and 172 recovered. That is a total of 296 out of about 1100 who have been positive at one point or another. For staff there are 20 positive and 9 recovered. The president of the Union reports there are 40 staff not working either because they are positive and not recovered or they are waiting results.
I do not have the total number of staff. But the percentage absent is bound to impact inmates doing anything. An inmate reports that their limited time outdoors is being cut since there are not enough staff to supervisor.
Elsewhere in the DOC there is only 1 inmate reported to be positive. IMCC reports a troubling 5 staff positive, with 12 recovered. ICIW and ASP have 2 staff sick each place.

So far the DOC says only one inmate has died. Another died not long after that at Fort Dodge but they are not giving the cause of death.

Scary. Anytime there is literally a captive population rapid spread is not far away.
I continue to think the DOC is trying and does have leadership that cares. That is not the case with others in government.
Be safe.

[07/07/20]   Outbreak in Iowa prison. This is just hitting the media.

Over the last 3 months there have been several virus outbreaks in correctional facilities in Iowa.
Both were in jails. There was the outbreak at the Polk County jail about mid May. Then two weeks ago there was an outbreak in the Dubuque County jail.
The Iowa DOC had done a commendable and transparent job of keeping the virus out of the DOC proper. Up until this weekend there had been one inmate reported positive, other than at the reception center in Coralville. (There had been 29 inmates positive there so far over several months.)

Well last week 3 staff turned up positive at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility with its 1100 inmates. The first inmate tested positive Friday. As of this morning the DOC reported 39 inmates positive, with more test results to come. If those 39 were just locked up in isolation it is difficult to imagine that it can be contained.
It may be time for prayer.
The DOC contains quite a few persons who are as they say at risk.

[07/01/20]   Iowa DOC report:
So far so good. From the very beginning there have now been 34 inmates who have tested positive, as compared with 30 two weeks ago. Since all but 4 have recovered and all of them are at the reception center that is pretty good. (The comparable numbers from 2 weeks ago showed 7 were still sick.)
The DOC seems to be catching them when they come in. (At least 3 new people likely came from the Dubuque jail 2 weeks ago. That jail had an outbreak that was apparently caught when the IDOC identified this group of positive inmates from that jail. About one third of that jail population then tested positive.)

But there is a real concern out there. Three staff at the Fort Dodge prison have tested positive in the last two weeks and another staff person tested positive at Anamosa.
Then there is of course the fact that so much of government does not seem to take this seriously.
Keep up the vigilance IDOC.
You do have a vulnerable population you are caring for.

For daily statistics see the IDOC webpage under COVID information. There is a grade of A for transparency.

nytimes.com 06/16/2020

Coronavirus Cases Rise Sharply in Prisons Even as They Plateau Nationwide

The Iowa DOC continues to be vigilant and effective in controlling the virus in Iowa prisons. This appears to be contrary to many parts of the country.
I had a client who went to prison a month ago. He was one of the first that was allowed to go, after the DOC shut down intake for a month or two. He was tested in the County jail before he went to IMCC, the reception center. I story in the paper a few weeks ago suggested the warden at that same center stopped being the warden rather quickly where his issue was not being sufficiently careful with precautions, whatever that meant.

The Iowa DOC publishes daily numbers both for sick inmates and staff. It is right there on their webcite. There have been a few sick staff at 5 prisons. All but one is listed as recovered. There has only been one sick inmate not at IMCC. He is listed as recovered.
But...now that the prison is accepting people there continues to be the danger. I appreciate the fact that the Iowa DOC has a plan and it seems to be working.

nytimes.com Prison officials have been reluctant to do widespread virus testing even as infection rates are escalating.

nytimes.com 06/11/2020

Jurors, Please Remove Your Masks: Courtrooms Confront the Pandemic

Remember the virus?
It is still there.
As the Court system struggles to get back to normal there were always questions of what to do with jury trials.
Well, they have started.

nytimes.com Oregon and other states have begun holding jury trials again, leading to courtroom drama that may have nothing to do with the charges.

dailykos.com 05/14/2020

THE HORROR OF PRISON DURING COVID -19

As the story says, just imagine.
How we treat the least of us, says a lot about who we are.

dailykos.com Imagine being in a 1600 sq foot dorm room with 64 other men. A 5 ft high partition runs down the center of the room with bunks on either side, men’s heads literally butted up against the wall and each other……… Each side of the room has a 3 foot wide...

[05/08/20]   It has been over two weeks since I wrote about the Iowa Department of Corrections and the virus. Let me give you a report based on the DOC's webpage, which they update daily.
There have now been 21 inmates who have tested positive, all but one at the Reception Center in Coralville. (IMCC) One inmate is sick at the Clarinda prison.
Two weeks ago the were 13 inmates sick, all at IMCC.
Today there were 11 staff who tested positive. 8 are at IMCC, 1 at Clarinda, and two at the Women's prison at Mitchellville.
Two weeks ago there were only 3 staff that were positive, all at IMCC.
These numbers were reached even though for that two week period the DOC shut down intake, requiring sentenced prisoners to stay in their county jails. (I am sure the jails were thrilled.)
There is not similar transparency about the virus for the jails and halfway houses around the state. While the DOC cannot control information from the jails, they could have some say about releasing information about persons at the halfway houses. Each County should insist that their jail release their numbers. You would think the DOC would want that information for when they do start receiving people again.

[04/22/20]   The infection at the Iowa DOC has begun in earnest. The first staff was positive about 2 weeks ago. The first inmate showed up last Thursday. As of yesterday the DOC listed 1 inmate and 2 staff.
It must not have been contained.
This morning those numbers had increased to 2 and 3. After AFSCME announced on Facebook that there were 10 more inmates, the DOC page now shows 12 and 3. These numbers are for the prison's intake facility in Coralville, called IMCC. There is no one else listed for other facilities.
Prayer would be good about now.
Tell the Governor to reduce all current mandatories by using her clemency power.

npr.org 04/21/2020

73% Of Inmates At An Ohio Prison Test Positive For Coronavirus

The virus is coming to the prisons, as it did to the nursing homes.

npr.org No other state has reported as many cases of COVID-19 behind bars as Ohio, in large part because no other state has tested as many inmates.

nytimes.com 04/19/2020

‘Something Is Going to Explode’: When Coronavirus Strikes a Prison

This story in today's paper is particularly timely as the Iowa Department of Corrections announced its first sick inmate. The first positive staff member was a week ago. Since the sick inmate was a new arrival there would not seem to be any connection. I do believe the DOC has been working hard to prepare for this. The State however is not prepared to actually make dramatic reductions in the population, such as has been done in the Iowa jails.

nytimes.com An oral history of the first fatal outbreak in the federal prison system, in Oakdale, La.

huffpost.com 04/16/2020

DOJ Watchdog To Inspect Prisons After Hundreds Of Inmates Sickened With COVID-19

One problem with prisons and the virus is that there is not an end in sight. The same may be true for nursing homes.
In the free world social distancing may have to last for a long time, until there is a vaccine.
In prison unless you test staff every day, someone who has the virus will go to work and not be stopped. I suppose you could only allow staff inside if they had the antibodies.
The problem with prisons is that almost by definition many people are locked up close to each other.
Greatly reducing the population would seem to be the only choice. While jails might be able to do that, the will to do that in prisons is not there.
So we watch, and try bandaids, and pray.

huffpost.com As of Wednesday, 451 federal inmates and 280 Bureau of Prisons staff members had tested positive for the coronavirus.

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