A second inmate is now dead during lock downs at several Wisconsin prisons.
Tyshun Lemons is the second person to die in custody since lock down conditions began in March. Some prisons are being kept on lock down while they are filled to capacity. For one prison, lock down will last for as long as a year. Wisconsin Watch claims prisons in Green Bay, Waupun, and Stanley have poor conditions and lockdowns. Poor conditions include dirty water, canceled family visits, and a lack of timely access to medical and mental health care.