- Sick of Dr's
- April 04, 2012 - 11:44
I can't believe how many people feel for sorry for this guy. If his medication was working properly before then he wouldn't be an addict and he wouldn't be dealing drugs and in jail. The problem with health care is Dr's giving out drugs like candy. Good job Dr Craig it's good to see someone who is trying to correct the root problem instead of feeding the addiction
- mike ryan
- April 04, 2012 - 11:05
ooohhh, too bad, so sad. another fella tryin to screw the system. there should be more like dr craig, he is keepin the drugs out of the prison system. mr taylor should face the fact that he is a criminal, like the rest of the garbage, that he was bringing the drugs in for.
- Fred Penner
- April 04, 2012 - 11:04
Give the man his correct medication. Any reasonable doctor why do a follow-up examination and adjust the meds if required.
- Why aren't prisoners
- April 04, 2012 - 10:43
Why aren't prisoners entitled to the same human rights with regards to healthcare as other persons? It’s a strange punishment automatically added to the sentence they get. What good does it do or how might it prevent an offender from recidivism? It would be interesting to know the reasoning behind the practice and the purpose of it because it really does seem rather archaic for this day and age.
- April 04, 2012 - 10:28
Guess he can do the crime but not the time
- April 04, 2012 - 10:10
i really hope that Ed gets the help he needs, make you wonder why the guys coming outta the pen go back into the lifestyle, instead of being rehabilitated they are being given less then adequate medical care. my heart breaks for Mr Taylor, because i know when he is on his medication he is a great guy. Hopefully something is done and quick. and the remainder of his sentence goes by quickly for his own sake. Shame on the doctor working with the individuals that need the help more then anything.
- April 04, 2012 - 08:45
What am I reading here hahahha, I can not believe what I am reading. Prison sucks bottom line,but for a guard,who is an Inmate now, and is unhappy Who now gets his lawyer to cry to the press This is a Late April fools joke right. What am I reading here.
- April 04, 2012 - 07:43
When Ed Taylor was employed at the Penitentiary, he certainly didn't care one bit about how the drugs he sold to inmates would adversely affect them. All he cared about then was making money. Now suffer the consequences of not being an employee any more, but a prisoner.
- Flip Rogers
- April 04, 2012 - 06:35
Boo Hoo, poor Mr. Taylor, he should have thought about all of this when he was running drugs to the pen, ha ha ha
- April 04, 2012 - 11:24
What I can't understand is, if a person is receiving medication, and it's working for him, why change it?