A Sun Sentinel investigation, “Death on their Watch,” found that Armor Correctional Health Services of Miami, the private company paid to handle health care in Broward County, Florida jails, has failed to protect some inmates endangered by their mental illnesses ­– with deadly consequences. Some inmates withered away in cells, hanged themselves or died after mishandled medical care, the investigation found. The Sun Sentinel also found discrepancies in Broward County Sheriff’s Office records, which showed that inmates were safe in their cells when, in fact, they had already died.