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Presented by Shane Grimmet Death at Midnight: The Confession of an Executioner By Donald A. Cabana Chapter 2: Titicut Street Chapter 3: Rude Awakening Brief Comparison of then and now.
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Early Days PARCHMAN'S TRUSTY SYSTEM GATES v. COLLIER Introduction
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As a young man not long back from Vietnam, Donald Cabana embarked on a journey that would one day lead to Mississippi. Massachusets Correctional Institution Started as a Counselor Became more or less an apprentice to Warden Charles Gaughan Eventually a Correctional Officer An unexpected passion is born
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Massachusets Correctional Institution
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Doing the right thing! One night while on patrol, Cabana witnessed another officer physically abuse an inmate. He decides to go straight to the Warden Learns that he must use the proper chain of command Shunned by fellow security staf
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During Donald Cabana’s first visit to Parchman he was surprised to see armed inmates guarding the other inmates as they worked.
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