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Donald Trump has until next Friday to turn himself in to an Atlanta jail described as ‘unhygienic’ and ‘overcrowded’, where scabies outbreaks have occurred and several prisoners have been found dead in their cells.
The former president and his 18 co-defendants were indicted on Monday on charges of attempting to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election, and told that they had until noon on August 25 to surrender, or else arrest warrants would be issued.
They must surrender to Fulton County jail on Rice Street in Atlanta – a facility built in 1985, which many say now needs to be demolished.
Pat Labat, the local sheriff, said that officials will follow ‘normal practices’ when processing Trump.
That would usually include fingerprinting, handcuffing and a booking photo.
It is unclear if that will happen: the Georgia indictment is his fourth, and so far none have taken his mug shot, arguing that he is sufficiently well known.
He has also not been cuffed.
That has not stopped his campaign from fundraising with photoshopped fake mugshots.
Donald Trump, pictured on Sunday, has until August 25 to turn himself in to the notoriously decrepit Atlanta jail
The Fulton County jail, on Rice Street, is so run down that local sheriffs are demanding it be refusbished
The 1,300-person facility has housed more than double that number, with some sleeping on the floors
Trump is also unlikely to spend time in the jail itself, which is intended to house 1,300 inmates, but has held more than 3,000 people in recent years.
‘It’s essentially been overcrowded since it was built,’ said Fallon McClure of the ACLU of Georgia.
‘This has just been a perpetual cycle over and over for years.’
The Southern Center for Human Rights said the site provides ‘unhygienic living conditions’ that have led to outbreaks of COVID-19, lice and scabies.
It found inmates were ‘significantly malnourished’, the BBC reported, and dealing with a condition called cachexia, also known as wasting syndrome.
Several prisoners have died in recent months – among them a a 34-year-old man was found unconscious in a medical unit cell last week.
Last month, a 19-year-old woman, Noni Battiste-Kosoko, died in Fulton County jail custody – although she was held at a different site.
And in September 2022, Lashawn Thompson died after being housed in the jail in conditions akin to a ‘torture chamber,’ his attorneys said.
Noni Battiste-Kosoko, 19, died in Fulton County jail in July this year
Lashawn Thompson, 35, died inside the jail’s psychiatric ward in September 2022
Thompson, 35, had been housed in the jail’s psychiatric ward for three months when he died.
The independent medical review listed ‘untreated decompensated schizophrenia’ as a contributing cause to the death, in addition to dehydration, malnutrition and severe body insect infestation, which included lice and bed bugs.
Fulton County Sheriff’s Office itself said the building is ‘dilapidated and rapidly eroding’, and is seeking the construction of a new $1.7 billion jail.
McClure, of the ACLU, said she had little faith that the jail would be refurbished.
‘There’s been a lot of talk of cleaning it up,’ she said.
‘We have not really seen or heard anything particularly significant. It seems like a lot of posturing.’
All 19 of the co-defendants named on Monday must surrender by August 25
The jail is well known for overcrowding and insanitary conditions
Trump and his co-defendants are not expected to spend time in the cells, where many languish for months
She said that the drain on resources provided by the Trump case also contributed to the backlog in the jail.
In September 2022, an ACLU report found 117 people had waited in jail for more than a year because they had not been indicted; 12 had been held for two years for the same reason.
‘There’s the assumption that other cases aren’t getting indicted because this is taking up so much time,’ she said.
Trump on Tuesday demanded the case be delayed until after the November 2024 election.
Fani Willis, the prosecutor, said on Monday that the timeline was up to the judge.
Her officer has indicted Trump on state charges, meaning that – unlike federal charges – he will not be able to dismiss them even if he wins the election.
Trump has routinely insisted the charges are politically-motivated, and called the indictment a witch hunt.