Georgia's deadly prisons 

A legal rights advocacy group wants reform, a congressman wants an investigation, and the family of a dead inmate wants answers

ANSWERS DELAYED: Bryant’s brothers Travarous Stewart (seated, left) and Winfred Sherman and grandmother Barbara Allen, who raised Bryant, want to know how he died.

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ANSWERS DELAYED: Bryant’s brothers Travarous Stewart (seated, left) and Winfred Sherman and grandmother Barbara Allen, who raised Bryant, want to know how he died.

On April 29, 2013, around 4:16 p.m., correctional officers entered Detravia Bryant's cell at Ware State Prison, a maximum-security facility just outside Waycross, a South Georgia town a short drive from the Okefenokee Swamp. There they discovered the 29-year-old west Atlanta native…

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