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Prison Inmate Search & Locator - Prison News | Prison Path
  • Arkansas’s Executions Before Expirations

    Arkansas was scheduled this past Monday to execute the first of eight men convicted of different murders.

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  • Inmate Scalded to Death-No Criminal Charges for Prison Guards

    Florida prosecutors have announced no criminal charges for the death of Darren Rainey, who was scalded to death in a prison shower.

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Bernie Madoff, Columbo Crime Family, & Prison Etiquette

CNN–Money Photo In 2009, Bernie Madoff pleaded guilty to masterminding the biggest financial scam in financial history ($65 billion). Since Madoff went to prison, two famous actors have portrayed him, Richard Drefuss in a television series and now Robert De Niro in a current HBO movie. How has the mastermind fared in prison? The press […]

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Solitary Confinement

Solitary confinement is still a controversial subject in Texas and throughout the United States.Texas prison officials call solitary confinement–administration segregation.Texas officials argue that solitary confinement is required to protect inmates and officers from violent offenders. Texas opponents of solitary confinement emphasize that its use harms inmates with mental health issues. Not all inmates are in […]

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Session’s Policies Enables America’s Addiction

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced last week that we are returning to the prosecutor policies of the drug wars of the 1980’s-1990’s. He has authorized federal prosecutors to enforce the most severe penalties for drug violations. The drug war policies of that era contributed to the United States as the number one country having the […]

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Private Prisons love Trump

Photo–Business Insider In August 2016, before Trump became our president and fired Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Yates stated that the Obama administration was starting the phasing out of private prisons for the federal government. Audits and studies revealed that private prisons were not cost effective, but actually provided poor care. The Office of Inspector […]

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North Korea’s Prisons–Four Americans

Reuters Photo For the last four years, our articles have focused on the many problems of our American jails and prisons. The United States has the largest number of inmates in the world and the most prisons. Our jails and prisons suffer from overcrowding, warehousing of the mentally ill, poor healthcare, violence, and etc. How […]

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L A Jail–Filled with Mentally ill, Addicted Inmates

Since 2010, the Los Angeles jail’s population has increased almost 50 percent. Almost every inmate, in this latest increase of inmates, has addiction and mental health issues. Approximately one third of the jail population, 4,000 inmates have mental health issues. The jail’s officials have attributed the increase in mentally ill inmates on methamphetamine use (known […]

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