by Chris Black
Young man in Alabama lives a life that is nasty, brutish and short.
Increasingly common in post European America.
An Alabama man’s family is alleging that he was sexually assaulted and beaten, leaving him in a coma, at Staton Correctional Facility in Elmore, Alabama, just two weeks before he was set to be released.
Daniel Terry Williams, 22, was serving a one-year sentence for assault and theft charges as part of a plea agreement, and he was set to be released on Nov. 9 — the same day he died, according to Jefferson County court records and his family. He had only been at Staton for about two weeks following a transfer to the Elmore, Alabama, correctional facility, when he was allegedly beaten and sexually assaulted.
“Somebody’s got to pay for it, and I’m not backing down. It’s my son,” Terry Williams, Daniel Williams’ father, told Fox News Digital. “I’ll go to my grave with this if I have to.”
Taylor Bostic, Daniel’s stepmother and Terry Williams’ wife, said a doctor apparently told their family that Daniel was “in a coma long before he ever got medical attention.”