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Ian Urbina on Immigrants and Solitary Confinement

Monday, April 01, 2013

jail cell prison cell (TunnelBug/flickr)

New York Times reporter Ian Urbina discusses the lengthy detention in solitary confinement of many illegal immigrants here in the United States, "Immigrants Held in Solitary Cells, Often for Weeks."

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Comments [1]

Jf from Ny

You forgot to mention that privat prison corporations pay 2 billion for lobbyists to get law makers to make stricter laws. Slavery for profit. Pure and simple.

Apr. 01 2013 12:40 PM

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