The New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic is a global pandemic. The cumulative number of diagnoses in the United States has exceeded 800,000, of which 44,845 deaths, and there is a prisoner who has been serving 44 years in prison in Michigan, and should have been released on parole in a few weeks. However, he did not expect that he contracted new pneumonia before he was released from prison, and eventually died.
According to the American media CBS report, the 60-year-old male Michigan prisoner William. William Garrison, who committed a first-degree homicide in an armed robbery in 1976. He was imprisoned at the time when he was 16 years old and has served 44 years in prison. The Michigan Department of Corrections said that in January Choosing immediate parole, but must be supervised, or choose to leave after the expiration of September, then will be free from any constraints, and William did not hesitate to choose the latter.
Due to the severe epidemic situation, William is also a high-risk group that is easily infected. After questioning by the prison, William is willing to be released on parole early, and he is expected to be released from prison in early May, but William passed away on April 13 and was screened by the new crown virus. Positive.
Authorities stated that William was an asymptomatic infected person, and he was found to be infected until his death. William’s sister Yolanda. After hearing the news, Yolanda Peterson felt very heartbroken. “He has served 44 years in prison! Obviously he will be free.” He also believes that the prison should be able to provide more help to his brother, and revealed that his brother’s inmate He was sick for several days before his brother died. In response, the prison said that although the inmate had a cough symptom, he was not infected with new coronary pneumonia, and they had informed William that he could be released on parole early, but he refused to leave. “We have done everything we can to release him.”