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Back to list of subjects Back to Legal Publications Menu. Strip Search: Prisoners. A certified class action lawsuit asserted that in female inmates at an Illinois prison were subjected to strip searches during a training exercise for cadet guards. The women were compelled to stand nude, almost shoulder to shoulder with other prisoners in an area where they could be observed by others not conducting the searches, including male officers. Inmates who were menstruating allegedly had to remove their sanitary protection in front of others, were not given replacements, and some got blood on their bodies, clothing, and the floor. The naked inmates also were required to stand barefoot on a floor dirty with menstrual blood and raise their breasts, lift their hair, turn around, bend over, spread their buttocks and vaginas, and cough.
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Strip Search: Prisoners
They were handcuffed and brought to a gym where, " without being told what was happening or why," they were split into groups, brought into an adjoining bathroom, and one by one were asked to raise their breasts, bend over, spread their buttocks, and cough, according to The Washington Post. Mensturating inmates were asked to remove their tampons. The search took place in front of male correctional officers, male and female cadets, and civilians. Throughout the process, the female correctional officers and cadets told the women they were "dirty b," "f disgusting," "deserve to be in here," and "smell like death," according to the federal complaint that was being reviewed by the court. The strip search was performed as a "training exercise. Read more: A sexual misconduct allegation from one of Jeffrey Epstein's victims sparked a quiet war between two of America's most powerful lawyers. Now it's about to blow up.
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The lawsuit was brought by lead plaintiff Debra Baggett, who spent all but nearly three weeks from September 5, to January 28, at WCC. The facility houses both pretrial detainees and sentenced prisoners from four western Massachusetts counties. The court granted class-action status in the case in May The policy required a minimum of four guards to make such transfers. The objectionable portion of the WCC policy was the videotaping of such searches by male guards.
A federal appeals court ruled that a woman's intimate search of a male inmate - which was filmed and watched by dozens - was unreasonable, but the court refused to take the case. The case comes at a time of heightened public awareness of intrusive searches as a condition of air travel, including intimate pat downs and technology capable of simulating a strip search. The case dismissed on Monday, however, took place in the context of a jail. At issue was a search of Charles Byrd, a pretrial detainee, at a minimum security jail in Phoenix. Byrd was one of 90 detainees ordered to submit to a unit-wide search for contraband and weapons.