Inmate Release Date

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Inmate Release Date

    release date

  • The date an inactive offender was released from the Department of Correction.
  • An optional date specified upon submission for the release of the submitted records. If a release date is chosen, the sequence will be released on that date or when the accession number is published.
  • Release Date is the 11th studio album by the Finnish avant-garde progressive metal band Waltari.

    inmate

  • convict: a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
  • One of several occupants of a house
  • A person confined to an institution such as a prison or hospital
  • one of several resident of a dwelling (especially someone confined to a prison or hospital)
  • inpatient: a patient who is residing in the hospital where he is being treated

inmate release date

inmate release date – Dead Leaves

Dead Leaves [UMD for PSP]
Dead Leaves [UMD for PSP]
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Genre: Feature Film-Drama
Rating: UN
Release Date: 6-DEC-2005
Media Type: 3\ Mini DVD for PH”

Dead Leaves is the latest installment in the collaboration between Manga Entertainment and Production I.G. that brought viewers Blood: The Last Vampire (2001) and Kai Doh Maru (2003). But Dead Leaves, which suggests a mixture of Ninja Scroll and Invader Zim, lacks the sensual elegance of the earlier OVAs. Retro, who has a television set for a head, and Pandy awaken with their memories erased. Sent to the lunar prison of Dead Leaves, they contrive an escape with hordes of other inmates. A long, pointless slaughter ensues, with blood, bullets, and body parts flying across the screen. The frame is so cluttered with angular characters, bright colors, Japanese and English words, mechanical devices, and gore, it’s difficult to follow the frenetic action, let alone the fragmentary story. (Unrated, suitable for ages 17 and older: brief nudity, extensive violence, profanity, sexual humor, toilet humor, alcohol and tobacco use) –Charles Solomon

Jennifer Van Buren

Jennifer Van Buren
A Springfield woman is free thanks to the good graces of Sheriff Jack Merritt and her unborn baby.
Merritt released her from jail twice against a judge’s orders because of what he calls a "high risk" pregnancy.
Sheriffs certainly don’t have the authority to overturn a judge’s ruling, and Merritt admits that.
But still, that’s basically what he did.
"If they’re not fit to be held in jail, need more medical attention or hospitalization, then we’re not responsible for that,” explains Merritt.
32-year-old Jennifer Jansen Van Vuren is now responsible for herself.
“I think her due date is November 27th,” Merritt tells KSPR.
Van Vuren is more than eight months pregnant, and that was her ticket to freedom.
“There’s so many risks; it was such a high risk situation."
Merritt says Van Vuren couldn’t post bail and it was very likely she could give birth there.
“I understand the decision; I understand why it happened.”
City attorney Dan Wichmer got involved because Van Vuren is a city inmate.
Under an agreement between Springfield and the county the city pays for its inmates immediate medical costs.
“We decided to err on the side of avoiding thousands of dollars of medical bills” by asking the judge to reverse his ruling.
City officials say the root of the problem is really the jail because it’s always operating at least 40 above capacity, and it becomes acceptable to release some non-violent offenders.
Van Vuren *is* considered non-violent, but she has a long rap sheet, including a pending felony in Christian County.
Plus, she was picked up this time for failure to appear in court.
Wichmer explains, “It’s not a decision we take any pride in. It was something we had to do given the potential cost to the taxpayers."
Because the judge agreed to reverse his ruling Merritt will not be held in contempt in court.
There is also a Missouri statute that offers him some protection; it allows the sheriff to turn away inmates unfit to be confined.

Human vaste

Human vaste
News paper photo dated 12 sept. 1977.

Belonging to patient Nr: 43, Abigail Frazier.

Man in photo is belived to be from Alabama, allthough his identity have not been confirmed by local law authorites. Man found on old dump site, backwoods of Alabama.
It`s speculated that the person in the photo is one of Abigail Fraziers victims.

Abigail Marie Frazier born on June 4, 1933 to Duey and Marie Frazier.

Abigail were a 42-year old woman from Anniston, Alabama who prepared poisoned (arsenic) coffee for neighborhood children and her family. 3 victims died, including her family members, and several people became seriously ill. She claimed to suffer from bouts of loss of consciousness in which she took on the personality of her twin sister. She was adjudged insane, and was also a model inmate, earning release after release, repeating her bizarre behavior until authorities finally sentenced her to death by lethal injection.

But due to her poor physical condition she could not be moved from Eternal Hope, and only days before her death sentence schedule, as a last "prank" to the law, she died peacefully at Eternal Hope on february 26, 1987.

Man in photo is still not identified..