Birdman’s Incarcerated Brother Files Lawsuit Over Prison Living Conditions
The imprisoned brother of Cash Money CEO Bryan “Birdman” Williams has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons and Warden Anthony Haynes.
According to KeepItTrill.com:
Terrance “Gansgta” Williams is currently being held at the Jesup Federal Correctional Institution in Southeast Georgia, where he has filed a lawsuit against the Feederal Bureau of Prisons.
Williams is making accusations that the living conditions in the prison are so grave and inhumane that it “violates contemporary standards of decency” to expose anyone unwilling to such a risk.
Officials have admitted to overcrowding at the prison which in 2000, had a population of 300 inmates, now has a population of over 1,500 inmates.
According to Williams, the cells are being packed with three people to a cell that is designed for single occupancy. In his own words the cells are “reminiscent of the days when slaves were packed like sardines”.
Williams has been serving a life-time sentence since 1998 for continuing criminal enterprise and solicitation for murder.
Not that Birdman can do anything about this.
Read the entire report here.