Guards In Texas Jail Fail To Notice Inmate Giving Birth In Cell

The woman did not immediately disclose the birth, but the baby was soon discovered by a corrections officer.

5/29/2020 9:57:00 AM

The woman did not immediately disclose the birth, but the baby was soon discovered by a corrections officer.

The woman did not immediately disclose the birth, but the baby was soon discovered by a corrections officer.

DALLAS (AP) — A woman managed to go into labor and give birth alone in a Texas jail cell without any corrections officers noticing until after she had delivered the child, a sheriff’s official said Thursday.The woman had the baby in a Fort Worth jail cell on May 17, according to Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Lt. Jennifer Gabbert.

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The woman “did not immediately disclose the birth, but the baby was soon discovered by a corrections officer” and both were taken to a hospital, Gabbert said. She could not immediately provide information about the health of the mother and child, or other details.

Jail staff knew the woman was pregnant and had been checking on her regularly, Gabbert said, without specifying the frequency of those checks or whether they knew her due date.She declined to identify the mother and would not answer several questions about the birth including how the woman could have gone into labor and delivered a child without it coming to the guards’ attention. Jail staff don’t know how long the labor lasted “due to the mother not notifying corrections staff of the impending birth,” Gabbert said.

The sheriff’s internal affairs department is investigating the birth but there is no indication of wrongdoing by jail staff, Gabbert said. The state body that oversees Texas jails is also looking into it for possible regulatory violations. Read more: HuffPost »

No way that was a quiet or quick birth... you don’t just give birth there is pre-labor and contractions. So my question is, how long was she unattended? OMG Funny how guards also didn’t notice when Epstein died and that the camera was also off ... is it true the allegation in THE GOOD FIGHT that there was another camera only reviewed by Bill Barr who found nothing suspicious? Just curious why they suggested that.

They fail to notice a PREGNANT woman in jail, close to term? NOPE. Not buying it. Imagine being born in a jail, that's not a good start, best of luck to the baby. Which one is the father? Well they seem to be very protective of their prisoners. Were these the same guards watching Epstein? Omg.

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