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6th inmate has died from Coronvairus at San Pedro's Terminal Island federal prison


A sixth inmate has died after testing positive for coronavirus at the low-security federal prison on San Pedro's Terminal Island says the Bureau of Prisons.

  • Out of the 1,051 inmate population on Terminal Island, 620 have tested positive

  • CBS News reported that inmates have been cut off to access wiring emails and making phone calls.


Details:

Inmate Eduardo Robles-Holguin, age 58, tested positive for coronavirus on April 25, on the same day Mr. Robles-Holguin was placed on a ventilator, and he later died on May 4th

  • Robles-Holguin was serving a 20-month sentence for violating terms of supervised release on an original conviction of Reentry of a Previously Removed Alien. He had been in custody at FCI Terminal Island since January 14, 2020, according to the Bureau of Prisons.