A corrections officer has been left dead following a nearly 20-hour stand-off and hostage crisis at a Delaware prison. The uprising was put down when state police seized control of the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna the morning of Feb. 1. Inmates took four guards hostage to protest harsh conditions at the facility, and to demand educational and other programs for prisoners. Some inmates managed to establsih phone contact with the Wilmington News Journal to state their demands. One said their reasons "for doing what we're doing" included "Donald Trump. Everything that he did. All the things that he's doing now. We know that the institution is going to change for the worse."