exas veteran imprisoned for 35 days for refusing to surrender his Facebook password; fed donuts and insulin injections | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

exas veteran imprisoned for 35 days for refusing to surrender his Facebook password; fed donuts and insulin injections

Texas entrepreneur and U.S. Army veteran Jeremy Alcede has been imprisoned for 35 days (and counting) over his refusal to turn over his Facebook account password as part of a business bankruptcy court order. Federal bankruptcy Judge Jeff Bohm of the Southern District of Texas ordered Alcede thrown in jail for an indefinite period of time until he surrenders his Facebook account password, potentially creating a dangerous precedent that threatens the privacy and control of all our social media accounts.

According to reports from those in direct contact with Alcede, he was fed donuts and processed cereal by the prison staff, causing his blood sugar to experience wild clinical swings. In response, the medical staff at the facility began administering insulin shots to control his blood sugar.

Because prison food is so disastrously malnourished and imbalanced, Alcede's health status only worsened. It wasn't long before they tried to put him on metformin, a diabetes drug widely known to cause permanent liver damage. In essence, the prison is now waging a chemical war on Alcede's physical health, subjecting him to punishment that goes beyond the incarceration itself.

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