“His cell door opened and he jumped straight onto the railings. During his two years behind bars, he found himself cleaning up after an inmate had “slashed” themselves in their cell, running to the aid of another who had thrown themselves off a balcony and watching countless prisoners suffer mental breakdowns.
The prison officer tried to grab him, but he fell head-first. The 33-year-old served time in two Manchester prisons – HMP Strangeways and Forest Bank – for charges of witness intimidation, an assault on police and threats to kill.
Mr Lachey added: “I’ve seen a lot of things in my life, but prison for anyone – seeing what you see – can make you feel physically sick. I’ve lived a hard life anyway, but if I said prison hadn’t affected me massively, I’d be lying.
I’ve seen so many people get worse once they’re inside.
After allowing for body fat and weight, the researchers found eating walnuts one to three times a month curbed the risk by four per cent, once a week by 13 per cent and at least twice a week by 24 per cent.
his week has seen debate rage about whether the Hinkley Point deal represents good value.
The Ministry of Justice is failing prisoners, prisoner officer and prison families alike.
I’ve seen it with my own eyes.” While working on the wings, Mr Lachey watched a man attempt suicide – and fail with agonising consequences. The lads were locked up, which was standard procedure,” he said.But there is another vital element of energy policy that is not being discussed.For one of the key benefits of the vote to leave the European Union is that Britain will not longer have to cooperate with overzealous regulations on shale gas extraction, or fracking, which has the potential to transform the energy market.America has shown how to make very large reductions – by switching from coal to gas.While gas is still a fossil fuel, it emits only about half as much greenhouse gas as coal.“It was a guy known to be a vulnerable prisoner – he was a rapist or a sex offender. Blood coming from his ears and his head.” The man was taken to the hospital on a spinal board with fractures to his skull, and Mr Lachey never saw him again.