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Arnold Schwarzenegger sued by prison inmates

Posted by Emil On March - 8 - 2014 0 Comment

Arnold Schwarzenegger has had a lawsuit filed against him. Twenty two current and former inmates of a Central California prison have gone to court against the ex governor.

The essence of the lawsuit springs from a number of Valley Fever attacks that supposedly killed 30 inmates and left others with “horrible symptoms,” according to TMZ.

Valley Fever, or Coccidioidomycosis, is caused by a fungus that enters the body through the lungs. The disease resides in the soil and is common in the California.

Schwarzenegger is currently filming the new Terminator movie, and so far does not appear to have commented.

The inmates have also gone to court against current governor Jerry Brown, for continuing the policy.

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