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Prison inmate's heartbreaking message: "If I die tonight I love you"

An epileptic HMP Altcourse inmate who 'developed sepsis' in his wrist injuries told his mum and partner 'if I die tonight I love you'.

Ryan Baker, who has a number of conditions including schizophrenia, epilepsy and psychosis, has been on remand at the prison in Fazakerley for three weeks after being charged with section 18 assault.

His mum, Valerie Baker from Stockport, has claimed her son has been 'severly neglected' while in custody by prison authorities as his open wounds have gone untreated and has been 'left for up to 20 minutes' without attention following a seizure.

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Baker, 54, told the Liverpool Echo that the prison has a 'duty of care' towards Ryan but he is not getting the medical attention he needs. She has tried to repeatedly tried to contact the prison, creating a paper trail with its governor and senior members of staff, but at the time of writing they had yet to respond regarding her repeated concerns about her son.

A spokesperson for Sodexo, who took over management of the prison in 2023, told the ECHO: "We are unable to comment on individuals, however we are more than happy to speak with Mr Baker's family privately to answer any concerns."

The prison also claimed that Ryan is receiving appropriate care.

Baker said her son had been 'on the block', the prison's isolation unit, because he has refused to move into the general population of the prison due to gang-related concerns. She went on to claim that since Ryan had been at Altcourse he has had at least 30 different seizures, but has not had regular access to his medication.

Baker said: "He can have multiple seizures during the night.

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