Federal Bureau of Prisons: The Medical neglect/murder of Gary Yarbrough
Gary Lee Yarbrough was born October 19,1955 to Red and Rusty Yarbrough, in California. Gary lived his life growing up in different places: California, Arizona, Oklahoma, and then moved his family to Idaho.
Gary was a man who loved nature, his Family and Folk, and sacrificed all for what he believed in. They couldn’t break Gary, so they medically neglected him and let him physically break, which was beyond his control. But they will be made to be accountable for this.
Gary and I were married in October 2009, and were together a couple years before we got married. He was and is the love of my life, and the same goes for me with him. Even though our marriage was different and it was harder to make it work, we did this. We had our ups and downs, like any couple, but we stuck together through the ups and downs. I’m truly blessed to have this man in my life, and I say “have” because he is still with us in spirit.
His sacrifice needs to be remembered and should never be forgotten. The horrible things that Gary endured are noted in this website, which I will leave up because it will document the legal journey I take to make these people responsible. Also, his writings should be left for the world to see and share.
Gary was survived by a brother, nephew, three daughters, and his wife. His mother, father, two brothers, a sister, nephew, and a stepdaughter preceded him in death. He will definitely be missed. Gary is truly free. He spent over 35 years in prison, and 34 out of those 35 years were in solitary confinement. He went to prison in 1984 at the young age of 28. Gary finally gets to see victory and freedom. Even though the BOP thinks they won by medically neglecting him, Gary won because he is now truly free and a martyr. They made him a martyr, by basically murdering him through medical neglect. However, his story and his fight will continue. I promised my husband justice, and this he will see