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Teen with special needs who died in Harris County jail donated his organs




HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – A man who died in a Harris County jail after a fight with his cell has his organs, according to his family.

On Thursday, family lawyer Fred Harris said the teen “did the last thing he did before his death,” and his heart went to the needy youth.

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The 19-year-old had his special needs head grounded on a concrete floor, and Hall’s records also say he stabbed 25-year-old Michael Ownby with a kick.

The attack is just one of many in prison, some against sinners, others against guards. Now, the Texas Rangers are looking for him.

Harris’ family said the prison was partly to blame because it underlies his death. Meanwhile, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez issued the following response:

“I am very sorry for the murder of Fred Harris at the hands of another man who has been detained in our prison. His family has sincere sympathy and commitment that we will work with prosecutors to get his killer back. While Mr. Harris’ death is over. While Mr. Harris’ death is extensive. that levels of prison staffing have taken no part in this crime. The truth is that our teammates are working hard in prison and need more resources. Conditions in A*

which remains severely overcrowded. “

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A Harris County Sheriff’s Office spokesman explained that they are in the process of meeting staff and inmates, and that internal affairs and the Office of the Inspector General are working to see if plans and procedures have been followed.

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