In 2019, Georgia correctional officers falsely accused Lily Engleman of smuggling contraband to an incarcerated individual– without any evidence. Those investigators waited until this past November to reveal the video footage and, “of course, it showed no such thing”. The charges were finally dropped, and on May 10, 2021, we filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the warden of the prison and the two officers who wrongfully arrested her.
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Charges have been dismissed against a former Georgia investigator who was accused of passing
illegal contraband to a death-penalty defendant accused of killing two prison guards. At the
time she was accused Lily Engleman worked for the Georgia capital defender’s office.
A former mitigation investigator for the Georgia Office of the Capital Defender has filed a
federal civil rights lawsuit against two Georgia Department of Corrections investigators and the
warden of the state’s maximum security prison, after she was cleared of charges of passing
Listen to Lily’s horrifying story on “Civic Revival” Podcast below: