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Life Inside Miami Mega Jail – Prison From Hell

You’ve been charged with a serious crime you insist you didn’t commit. You’re innocent until proven guilty of course, but that court date might take a while to arrive. In the meantime your place of residence will be…

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TRUMP TWEETED ONE THING THAT COULD SEND HILLARY TO PRISON

TRUMP TWEETED ONE THING THAT COULD SEND HILLARY TO PRISON

TRUMP TWEETED ONE THING THAT COULD SEND HILLARY TO PRISON Hillary Clinton is one of the most corrupt politicians of all time. For decades her crime cabal has destroyed the United States. But her crime spree could be…

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BREAKING NEWS OUT OF D C 20 YEARS IN PRISON

BREAKING NEWS OUT OF D C   20 YEARS IN PRISON

BREAKING NEWS OUT OF D.C.- 20 YEARS IN PRISON District Man Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for 2016 Stabbing in Southeast Washington Victim Was Repeatedly Slashed, Left for Dead WASHINGTON – Onzay Gibbs, 28, of Washington, D.C.,…

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‘The Guy Was Toxic:’ Navy SEALs Called Out Accused War Criminal, New Video Reveals | All In | MSNBC

‘The Guy Was Toxic:’ Navy SEALs Called Out Accused War Criminal, New Video Reveals | All In | MSNBC

>>THAT A GREAT POINT AND SO MUCH HAS BEEN SETUP THIS ONE MUCH HAS BEEN SETUP THIS ONE ACTION AND NOT JUST ACTION, ACTION AND NOT JUST ACTION, THERE’S PARDONS THIS PRESIDENT THERE’S PARDONS THIS PRESIDENT HAS ISSUED…

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Most Terrifying Jail You Don’t Want To Be A Prisoner In

Most Terrifying Jail You Don’t Want To Be A Prisoner In

It’s Saturday night at Dallas County Jail, what some of the staff call “rush hour”. It’s a total madhouse with maybe 300 people checking in that night. People are dragged in shouting and screaming; some have bags placed…

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What It Was Like to Be a Civil War Prisoner

What It Was Like to Be a Civil War Prisoner

Camp Sumter, more commonly known as Andersonville, was a Confederate-run prisoner-of-war camp built to house Union soldiers during the Civil War. Oh, and it was also a hellhole. Thanks to rampant disease, overcrowding, and exposure to the elements,…

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Friend remembers victim in NLR cemetery shooting

Friend remembers victim in NLR cemetery shooting

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San Marcos considers cite-and-release plan | KVUE

San Marcos considers cite-and-release plan | KVUE

LEADERS LEADERS WILL LEADERS WILL TALK LEADERS WILL TALK ABOUT LEADERS WILL TALK ABOUT A LEADERS WILL TALK ABOUT A PLAN LEADERS WILL TALK ABOUT A PLAN – LEADERS WILL TALK ABOUT A PLAN – TO LEADERS WILL…

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My Time In A Colombian Prison: Behind The Scenes

A couple years ago an organization in Colombia that had seen my projects related to prison and wrongful incarceration here in the United States invited me to come and photograph in a maximum security prison in Medellin, Colombia….

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Mental Distress and the Criminal Justice System – Olly’s Story

When I’m in a very bad place, I’d like to be treated like a human being, for one. Which doesn’t always happen. And there’s a big issue, I believe, with how people perceive mental illness. They’ll look he…

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