Canberra prisoner who died at Alexander Maconochie Centre 'much loved' father ACT Policing are investigating the second death at the Alexander Maconochie Centre within 12 months.
Prison staff tried to revive Mr O'Connor after a oakley half wire sunglasses cell mate raised concerns about his condition at 7.30pm. Police said he died roughly half an hour later. On a facebook, Mr O'Connor sunglasses oakley sale wrote that that he would do anything to help family and friends. He loved R and rap music. On a photo of his son, he wrote "Daddy loves ya very much". In a message sent less than 24 hours before his death, the 29 year old man told his girlfriend he oakley glasses on sale was being locked back in his cell, and hoped she would have a good night. "I'll email ya when thay [sic] let me out 2morrow k beautiful love ya," it read. The death is oakley custom sunglasses the sixth at the prison since it opened in 2009: one was suicide, three were from natural causes. Indigenous inmate Steven Freeman died in May last year, prompting an independent inquiry that found significant flaws in the prison system.
Mr O'Connor is the sixth. The ACT government and Canberra liberals expressed condolences to the family. Justice minister Shane Rattenbury slammed remarks made by his opponent, Giulia Jones, which called the death an abject failure in the administration of justice.
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