A brother seeks answers over Alaska deaths in custody


Ever since his brother, 31-year-old James Rider, became the 12th person to die while in Alaska Department of Corrections custody, Mike Cox has been trying to get the department to answer his questions.

“I want to know what their procedures are and how they intend on fixing them, so this doesn’t keep happening,” Cox said.

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