Guards Who Allegedly Killed Mentally Ill Prisoner With Scalding Hot Shower Won’t Be Charged

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In 2014, four prison guards were accused of killing one of their inmates in one of the most brutal ways imaginable. 50-year-old Darren Rainey, who was charged with cocaine possession and sent to the Dade Correctional Institution in 2012, was allegedly thrown in a shower with scalding hot water for two hours, which resulted in his death. The temperature of the water was very near the boiling point at 180 degrees.

Other inmates at the facility claim that they could hear Rainey’s screaming and begging to be let out of the shower. A nurse at the prison claims that there were burns on 90% of his body, and that his skin fell off when touched. Six inmates at the facility have claimed that the shower was routinely used to punish inmates, especially if they were mentally ill. Rainey himself was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

However, those claims weren’t enough to charge the guards who forced Rainey into that shower. State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle announced last week that there was no evidence that the shower killed Rainey, so charges against them were dropped. Despite the claims of medical staff at the prison, the attorney stated that “The evidence does not show that Rainey’s well-being was grossly disregarded by the correctional staff.”

Rundle’s office claimed that what were seen as burns on Rainey’s body, were more likely to be signs of decomposition. She also stated that the eyewitness testimony from the inmates at the prison could not be trusted because their claims were inconsistent. Unfortunately there is no physical evidence of what happened. According to Rainey’s family, they were pressured to quickly cremate his body after the incident.

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  • Maybe it is time for State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle to take a nice long hot shower herself.

    • roger

      AMEN!!!!

    • A long shower, you say…

      Perhaps it may be hotter than expected… 🙂

  • CUgator

    Very sad. This amounts to torture. I wonder if there were payoffs made to keep people quiet.

  • roger

    these scumbag “guards” need to be put down, with prejudice…………

  • jimmy joe

    Unbelievable!! So, now, publish the names of the SS guards, so society can exact justice on it, since the “system” refuses to!! Wikileaks, the nation needs you to release the names of them!!

  • John C Carleton

    You must understand. The Federal USA Empire, thinks of you as cattle. They believe they own you. Each State Government, is a subdivision of the Federal corporation. The cops and vision systems. The prison systems, jails, cops, courts, are the Farmers. If the farmers must kill a few cattle now and then to amuse themselves, well, the Washington Empire considers that their right. Why would the Government gang turn on their own enforcement branch?

  • piglit

    Hey Bevis..he said “Just-us” Rundle…

    National Briefing | South: Florida: Arrest Of Prosecutor’s Son
    By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAUG. 17, 2002

    The 18-year-old son of Miami-Dade County’s top prosecutor, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle, was arrested on Thursday on a charge of marijuana possession as he tried to board a flight to Puerto Rico with his mother. Screeners at the Miami airport found a pipe and three grams of suspected marijuana on Justin Rundle, the police said. A spokesman for the state attorney’s office said the arrest was a ”private matter.”Continue reading the main story

  • GAZOO

    Death to the monster Fernandez and the prison guards. Eye for an eye.

  • randy wellman

    and the “investigation” was done by…..the guys that DID IT!