Three former prison guards are accused of running a “Fight Club” and forcing inmates to endure bizarre punishments, NBC News reported.
The trial in the case of Daniel Graff, David Whitcomb, Jr., and Mark Haynes got underway this week in York, Pennsylvania.
David Wright, a former inmate at York County Jail, named the three defendants among 11 prison guards in a civil complaint.
According to the complaint, inmates were forced to wrestle with each other, drink milk and consume cinnamon until they got sick, drink water with pepper foam and eat soups “that contained spoiled food and chemicals used for cleaning.”
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All three deny the charges, according to PennLive, which is covering the trial.