See Footage From Rikers Island in a Clip From Jay Z’s Kalief Browder Documentary

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Kalief Browder spent three years at Rikers Island (including two in solitary confinement) without being convicted of a crime, and his story became a flash point for national outrage over the criminal-justice system when he committed suicide in 2015, two years after his release. Now, as part of Jay Z’s first-look deal with the Weinstein Company, Browder’s ordeal is being revisited in the mini-series Time: The Kalief Browder Story. In this exclusive clip, a former Rikers corrections officer critiques how conflict involving Browder and a gang was mishandled by the facility’s officers. The six-part docuseries begins airing on Spike TV tonight.

Watch a Clip From Jay Z’s Time: The Kalief Browder Story