§ 1983, that allows people to sue the government for civil rights violations. It applies when someone acting “under color of” state-level or local law has deprived a person of rights created by the U.S. Constitution or federal statutes. ... § 1983 as “Section 1983” lawsuits.
I never intended to take a plea, to expose abuse I have been dealt, but when a "doctor" makes such statements repeatedly while subjecting you to full body restraints for 16 hours at a time, forcing you to defecate on yourself and lie in your own feces while being injected with chemicals unknown, having your clothes cut off to be covered with a smock soaked in toilet water and having an "officer of corrections" comment on your penis size, while another states he's going to rape your ass with a broomstick you question how much you can bare to this normal you have come to know.
A number of civil rights violations occur while incarcerated. Then again they say you have no rights, that which in of itself would violate constitution. Here, just a few come to be seen. There are cameras in the free world, why would there ever not be in a state of incarceration?