Twenty-Six Deaths in a County JailCourthouse News Service
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LAFAYETTE, La. (CN) - Twenty-six people have died in Louisiana's Lafayette Parish jail since 2000 - one death every six months, the latest being a man who spent 16 days in solitary on a misdemeanor for which he never was booked, his family claims in Federal Court.