7 INMATES DEAD AND 17 OTHERS INJURED IN SOUTH CAROLINA PRISON FIGHT

Seven inmates killed and seventeen others injured in a deadly prison fight that lasted for more than six hours at the Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville prison in South Carolina before authorities regained control early Monday of facility.  State prisons spokesman Jeff Taillon said no officers were hurt in the melee.
Seven inmates killed and seventeen others injured in a deadly prison fight that lasted for more than six hours at the Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville prison in South Carolina before authorities regained control early Monday of facility.

State prisons spokesman Jeff Taillon said no officers were hurt in the melee.

Most of the murdered inmates were killed with homemade knives or slashed, while others appeared to have been beaten.
The Lee County Coroner Larry Logan said: 
"How else are you going to die in prison? They don't have guns."
At the prison where the seven were killed, one inmate held a guard hostage for 90 minutes in March and another killed a fellow prisoner in February.

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