Family Of Montay Stinson Says Fulton County Sheriff Has ‘Blood’ On His Hands

  • The family of a Georgia inmate who died this summer after being found unresponsive inside his cell at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta is now accusing a sheriff of having “blood” on his hands over “medical neglect.”
  • Kimyotta Stinson, the sister of Montay Stinson – who passed away on July 31 – directed the remark to Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat on Tuesday as family attorney Kenneth Muhammed cited the 40-year-old’s cause of death as being “hypertensive cardiovascular disease.”
  • “My brother being in that cell should not have been his death wish. Not at all. My family and I want justice for my brother and I plan, and we intend to do just that,” Kimyotta Stinson said.
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