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February 8, 2007

An amazing cartoon on modern prison realities

With never-ending thanks to Howard Bashman for this tip, I highly encourage everyone interested in modern sentencing dynamics to check out "Thanks For Toughin'," an animated cartoon comically addressing current sentencing and prison realities.

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The Shiv blames recidivism on "tough" sentencing laws, which somehow lead to fewer rehabilitation programs. I'm not sure I buy it. The Shiv apparently believes in rehabilitation but not deterrence. I'd suggest that our helium-tongued friend has it backward.

I can't understand why this is "amazing," but Posner and the 8th Circuit get mostly scorn from this blog.

Posted by: | Feb 8, 2007 4:14:47 PM

When Posner and the Eighth Circuit do their work in cartoon form, I'll call their efforts amazing, too. Also, I praise Judge Posner work when I think it merits praise. See, e.g., my recent posts on "More fine and fun Booker work from Judge Posner."

Posted by: Doug B. | Feb 8, 2007 5:56:18 PM

Mr. Fiore's cartoons touch on a lot of issues. Interesting stuff...

http://markfiore.com/

Posted by: rothmatisseko | Feb 8, 2007 6:58:02 PM

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