North Dakota prison guard fired over suicide of inmate who killed 4 people

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A North Dakota prison guard was fired over the suicide of a man who was serving life sentences for killing four people.
Deandre Adams violated corrections policy in failing to adequately check on Chad Isaak, according to a termination letter from the warden at North Dakota State Penitentiary.
Adams was fired Thursday.
"Your credibility, professionalism, and the trust I had in you as a sergeant are irreparably damaged," Sayler wrote.
"This level of trust, which is expected of every team member, is something I no longer have in you, due to your misconduct."
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An investigative report from the state Highway Patrol released last month found that Adams said he failed to adequately check on Isaak twice.
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Adams knew inmates were not allowed to cover their cell windows, but allowed it, as a "courtesy in case they were naked in their cells," the report said.
"He stated they could enforce it but that they would just get more window coverings."
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