Federal prosecutors defend decision to keep R. Kelly under suicide watch

 Government examiners are safeguarding a choice to put shamed R&B craftsman R. Kelly under self-destruction 

 watch after he was condemned last week to 30 years in jail on sex dealing and racketeering charges,

 as per court records documented Saturday.

 Kelly, whose legitimate name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, sued the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn

 New York, its superintendent, and anonymous representatives

 alongside the United States itself, for putting him under self-destruction watch oversight, the archives show.

 Kelly, 55, charges he was "put on self-destruction watch as a type of discipline despite the fact that he was not self-destructive

  as indicated by the national government's reaction to his documents

 Lawyers for the jail say Kelly's cases ought to be excused in light of the fact that he "neglects to show a significant probability of progress for alleviation