The only prison in Alabama that carries out executions was on lockdown Saturday after a violent inmate disturbance — captured on contraband cellphone cameras and posted to social media — left two prison officials injured.
A prison warden and a corrections officer were stabbed Friday night at Holman Correctional Facility when the officer responded to a fight in a dormitory and tried to detain one of the inmates involved, the Alabama Department of Corrections said in a statement.
A warden, identified as Carter Davenport, was also stabbed when he and other officers responded to the commotion, the statement said. Both the officer. . .
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