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July 24, 2013

Two notable new ACLU reports on solitary confinement in US prisons

I am pleased to see that lots of criminal justice public policy groups are starting to spend considerable more time and energy raising concerns about the use and misuse of solitary confinement in US prisons.  Of particular recent note are these two new ACLU reports on the topic just this week:

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In managing ultra-violent, lawyer entitled and enabled prisoners, the sole alternative to physical measures is to increase staffing. This is the real agenda of the left wing lawyer, growing government budgets. The lawyer is responsible for every violent incident by prisoners in prison, because they have the foreseeability of planetary orbits.

If any left wing, hug a thug, lawyer traitor to the nation has a way to control violence in prison, volunteer. Spend a shift as a prison guard and show us all how to do it.

Cane twice, hang once would quiet the prisons and save many innocent lives, including those of prisoners being raped and murdered by the lawyer client. The prisoners believe in corporal punishment and killing their adversaries. Adopt this approach out of respect for their beliefs. Not a second is spent by the lawyer traitor on sympathy for the victims of their clients.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Jul 25, 2013 7:43:41 AM

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