“You're never going to satisfy any incarcerated individual.”— Alabama Sheriffs Association head Bobby Timmons, commenting about inmates who bellyached about the skimpy meals served by Morgan County (AL) Sheriff Greg Bartlett. Bartlett apparently pocketed some $212,000 over the past three years from the state prisoner food allowance of $1.75 per prisoner per day. State law allows sheriffs to keep unused meal allowance money, and Bartlett is accused of starving his prisoners in order to ...

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