A prisoner is dead in a prison in the UK after lying down because of his cell without food or medicine for almost a day, according to an investigation.
Annabella Landsberg, who was diabetic and HIV positive, was allegedly held by four officers at HMP Peterborough in the south-east of England on September 2, 201
"She said the legs would not work, so she could not get up and she reached the sink. She kicked her legs backwards and forwards. I thought she was trying to be difficult for the staff," said officer Amy Moore, according to The Guardian.
She was then left overnight under the supervision of guards who said she "mumbled incoherently" all night, but breathed and moved. However, no one went to look at her during the 21 hours.
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During an investigation after an investigation of her death, it was revealed that the imprisoned nurse struck water on Landsberg as she lay on the ground and referred to her as "pathetic."
She was taken to the hospital where she died three days later. The 45-year-old mother of three was sent to jail for behavior for social behavior in 2014, a term that includes a broad spectrum of crimes ranging from public urination to drug trafficking. She served a four-year sentence for crimes committed under a suspended sentence, BBC reports.
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She allegedly fled to the UK from her native Zimbabwe after being raped there. According to her sister Sandra, Landsberg's mental capacity and health deteriorated significantly after she was diagnosed with HIV in 2007.
The investigation of her death is still ongoing.