Became known cause of death of transgender woman found dead in the chamber of Ricerca

Yesterday, July 30, was released the cause of death of transgender woman who died in a jail cell on Rikers island.

The death of 27-year-old Lalin Cubilette Polanco from new York came by natural causes. Chief medical examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson called it «sudden unexplained death in epilepsy (SUDEP)». But lawyers for the family of a woman from David B. Shaines Law Office emphasize that staff are aware of health problems concluded before 7 June she was placed in solitary confinement prison for women Rose M. Singer Center.

«We have also received documentary evidence that epilepsy Lalin was well known for DOC (Department of corrections — Department of Correction — approx. USA.One), and she suffered multiple seizures at Rikers, said law firm. — At 5:30, the prison doctor approved her placement in a punishment cell, despite the epilepsy. It became a death sentence for her.»

According to the lawyers, since April 16, she was held in prison for two charges of misdemeanors — drug possession and assault. She was unable to pay a Deposit of $500 (do not know why did not her relatives).

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Posted by Layleen Cubilette, Polanco on Sunday, January 13, 2013

The Department of corrections disputes the assertion that Cubelet Polanco was in solitary confinement, claiming that it did not exist at the time of death of the woman. In a statement, the DOC States that an inmate was in a room at the Singer Center and she had round-the-clock access to medical care.

«We hope that the resolve of the OCME (the office of the city medical examination) will help to give answers, which deserve Laylin family, friends and the city, said Peter Thorne, Deputy Commissioner for communications in DOC. The more extensive inquiry, headed by district Prosecutor’s office in the Bronx and the Department of investigation, is continuing, and we fully participate in it».