The list has since swelled to 24, even as federal court-appointed monitors work to improve the health care and mental health care afforded county inmates.

Though heavily redacted in parts, the report still paints a picture of the treatment, or lack thereof, offered to Cummings while in custody, which goes beyond “scathing” or “damning,” according to Cummings Family attorney Matthew Albert.
“The one adjective that needs to be used here, is ‘criminal’, because that’s what this was,” Albert said.
The report concludes, among other things, Cumming’s “manner of death was homicide by medical neglect.” See Full Report: [embeddoc url="" download="all" viewer="google"]]]>