Roberto Martinez-Medina died in CCAâ€™s Stewart Detention Center in Georgia in 2009. Medina had been arrested a month earlier for not having a driverâ€™s license.
CCA whistleblower Brian Holcomb spoke with CUENTAME exclusively to expose how the company repeatedly ignored Medinaâ€™s pleas for care of his heart ailment while he was imprisoned. Their negligence contributed to Medinaâ€™s death.
CCA profited off of Medinaâ€™s incarceration, and ensured a greater profit by denying him critical health care. The inhumane conditions at CCA facilities are directly related to their obsession in cutting costs for profit.
CCA has gone to great lengths to hush Medinaâ€™s death.