(iWIDK By Alex Dorian) – A drug test prompted an inmate to go to extreme measures.
William Lecuyer, a 34-year-old prisoner serving his time in Trenton, NJ, is approaching the second year in a hunger strike that has stripped his body of 110 pounds.
According to UPI, Lecuyer began his strike as a reaction to “an unfair punishment” over a drug test issued by the prison.
The state of New Jersey is unwilling to show Lecuyer a log book, which he claims will prove his innocence, because officials believe it will prompt other prisoners to protest as a means to get what they want.
Although Lecuyer’s accepted an intravenous saline four times, but strictly lives off of coffee and sugar.
Medical examiner’s observed that the convict’s organs are shutting down.