That is the question I have asked myself.
What was to keep the guards from killing him, waiting for
a hour or two and reporting it as a suicide?
If he was behind a steel door, no prisoner could see what was happening.
Not floating a conspiracy theory, just asking.
Something happened that is not being reported because the examiner has postponed his report.
A simple suicide that takes days and days to report?
I suspect he found something alarming and needed to talk to someone higher up the food chain.
That plus the relocation of his cell mate only a day earlier......
That alone is odd in light of the constant refrain that our prisons are terribly overcrowded.
Stinks to high heaven, doesn’t it? Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.