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US Feds to End Private Prisons

By admin / August 27, 2016

The idea behind private federal prisons was to save money, but they did not. They billed the government the same and now they are losing their business. The US Justice Department has announced that it will phase out its use of privately owned prisons. They are citing safety concerns because of investigations that revealed rampant abuses with dozens […]


Crime Pays — But Who?

By admin / June 12, 2016

One of the eye-opening shocks I experienced after I was thrown in contempt was that nothing was what it seemed. Numerous suicides occurred but the press did not report on them, and the few that received coverage were spun to the government’s favor to portray them as having some remorse. The truth is that those […]