60 Days In: Garza Asks Ryan to Get Him Meds (S2 Flashback) | A&E

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After Garza broke his hand in a fight, he asks Ryan to try to get pills for him in this clip from Season 2, Episode 4, “Hazed and Confused.” #60DaysIn
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35 thoughts on “60 Days In: Garza Asks Ryan to Get Him Meds (S2 Flashback) | A&E

  1. The point of these programs…I think…is to expose our criminal justice for what it is…a factory of hate. We don't need more proof anymore than we need proof that systemic racism is prevalent throughout our police forces…its time for change! 🗽

  2. Come on bro. Weak sauce. It’s friggin Tylenol dude. It’s not that big of a deal. They gotta allow these 60 days guys a certain amount of criminal activity with no consequences so they can eventually make better connections by looking the part better.

  3. It's not like tylonol in jail had codine in it. I do know for a fact that use of tylonol with caffeine intake from strong coffee intenses the effects by nearly double on pain relief confirmed by medical professionals. If anyone picks up tylonol and reads the ingredients side by side, tylonol has no caffeine in it but if you look at the ingredients of tylonol migrane , it has the same ingredients as tylonol but with caffeine in it. I am sure the inmates crush and snort it such as they do gabapentin in jail where on the streets, much stronger meds are out there but the effects of tylonol and gabapentin are weak regardless and even with gabapentin, a persons tolerance level really only last maybe two days before gabapentin issued in jails no longer has any effect as it is a medication that is used on a schedule and not per diem (as needed) .

    So I just don't get why inmates really want tylonol if it can't do anything for them. Can someone explain any different on why they do? I am not a criminal but I dated a nurse who worked in jails and prisons for many years and she went into details about gabapentin being the main drugs inmates go crazy for that is issued my medical staff. I also know gabapentin if taken specific ways works to stop narcotic withdraw symtoms but it just leads to addiction on gabapentin which is actually way worse for the human body.

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