Recently, an accident took place in Florida where a mentally-ill prisoner died a violent death due to mass violence by jailers.
According to the media reports, the jailers shackled the prisoner and beat him indiscriminately for the mere reason that he made the cell dirty. As a result, he died from rupture of lung and other organs.
Much more surprising is that the prison authority has not yet given any punishment to the murders even after 2 months since the outbreak of the accident.
As the social condemnation is on the rise, the state judicial authority is trying to create an impression as if it has an interest in resolving the case by hurriedly bringing a suit against murderers and dismissing those responsible for the case, etc.
The world can hardly refrain from expressing its astonishment at such a mediaeval-type barbarity that can only be seen in a historical novel.
However, such brutal acts are being committed almost every day in America, and the human rights situation in the American prions is in the worst status in the world.
Female prisoners in the U.S. are reportedly subjected to more than 12 hours, producing masks after the global pandemic broke out.
Moreover, in some prisons, the female prisoners are being reduced to drug addicts and victims of sexual crimes by the jailers who conspire together with human traffickers.
At a trial held in the U.S. in October last year, a person of Pakistani nationality testified to the fact that he suffered subhuman humiliation and torture while he was detained in a CIA’s secret prison cell from 2003 to 2006.
According to his testimony, he stayed in a room without a ray of light coming in, and had no contact with anyone except for an interrogator and a guard. He was also beaten several times even in a day.
The violent crimes being committed in succession regardless of place, target and time do not simply boil down to a matter of sudden impulse and mistakes of individual personalities. They are an inevitable outcome discharged from the climate of the corrupt American society.
This is true colors of the United States which is talking so much about “respect for human rights” and “equality of human rights”.