Jesse Jackson, Jr. Put In Solitary For Helping Other Prisoners
Former Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. was helping others in prison and had some kind of dispute with prison officials because of that after being placed in solitary confinement.
The 49-year-old former Chicago congressman had been advising other inmates in North Carolina about their rights in prison, according to the source, who said a guard took exception to that.
As a result, the longtime South Side politician was placed in solitary confinement for four or five days more than a month ago, the source said.
Jackson was cleared of any wrongdoing and asked for a transfer to another prison.