Ten female prisoners at Hawaii prison accuse guards 'of giving inmates special privileges AND crystal meth in exchange for sexual favors'

The article covers a federal lawsuit from ten women against Hawaii's female-only jail about sexual assault and abuse during incarceration. The guards abused their authority to grant privileges to the inmates in exchange for sexual assault. 

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Ten women say in a federal lawsuit that guards and a worker at Hawaii's only female prison sexually assaulted them while they were incarcerated.

The employees — a female guard, three male guards and a male janitorial work-line supervisor — subjected the women inmates to emotional distress and deprived them of their rights by sexually assaulting them, the lawsuit filed Thursday said.

The inmates at the Women's Community Correctional Center in Kailua, Honolulu, were given food, makeup, crystal meth and special privileges for complying with sexual demands, according to the lawsuit. Read more...