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Krystal Clark

Hi, my name is Krystal Denise Clark. My inmate number is 435064. I’m in WHV, the valley of death.

In the valley of death, these doctors is killing doctors, and they ought to be ashamed of theyself. I’ve been going through a hard time, but God has came in, and he always had the last say so. I was telling y’all the last time I talked to y’all about how the warden treat me. He made me sit down, told me pretty much just shut up, there’s no mold in the facility. Two days later, I got my results. I have it in black and white. In my lungs, out my ears, I have it in black and white. I’m highly allergic to it.

I should have never been housed in it. I’ve been telling y’all from day one how this water taste. And you can catch it from this water too. This place is full of mold. For the last week that they have inmates scrubbing it, paint over it? This is unacceptable. When they do that type of stuff and trigger, it gets made me worse, like I’ve been having hives and breaking out really bad. I’m still swole. My ears is green, black, and white. You can just see the mold is growing so fast and then out of the ears. I have never gotten it like this. Even people said. But my thing is, I’ve been waiting- they said I was mental and crazy.

Doctor Ellison, whatever he say, he told me to get his name right, he sent me to a psychologist. The psychologist said I’m going crazy, is everything to do with my medical. He know this now and said they gonna try to see me once a week. It’s all attached to it. Now y’all ordered me some medicine. Y’all been knew this. Why am I still sitting waiting on a medication that I still haven’t received? Like I’m not getting no better. I’m keep on pouring down with sweat, having fevers, spitting out blood bad.

Oh my god, it’s so much stuff I’m going through right now. It’s so embarrassing. Like I’d be trying not to cry, but I just thank God that we have it in black and white, and I’m hoping they take it serious.

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