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Time to End Debtor’s Prisons in the United States

Debtor’s prisons thrive in the United States. On February 3, 2013, Prisonpath posted an article about “Tenants Imprisoned for Failure to Pay their Rent.” Many readers were shocked at such treatment of  Arkansas tenants  in the 21st century. The constitution guarantees fairness to all Americans. Unfortunately, we have continued to see Americans imprisoned, because they are […]

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Hostages Taken in Delaware Prison

Photo–WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio Four corrections employees were taken hostage today at a Delaware prison as reported by the Delaware state police. A fifth employee was released four hours after the hostage situation started at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Delaware. Richard Bratz, a state police spokesman, stated the incident started around 10:32 a.m. […]

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Our New Country–Trumpistan

What has happened to our United States? In one week, the United States became another country–Trumpistan. The country of immigrants has become anti-immigrants or to be more precise, anti–certain immigrants. Our “Dear Leader” has inaugurated an era of blacklists. All of us watched individuals, from Trump’s banned list, interviewed at the airports. Iraqi Muslims, who […]

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The Damage of Online Arrest Logs & Mugshots

CBCnews-Calgary 1917 Mugshot For every arrest today in the United States, there are between 5-75 online publications that display arrest details including the mugshot. Arrest records are distributed now online more than ever before. When you are arrested today, you not only have to worry about DMV records and court records, you are now concerned […]

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President-elect Trump & the 39%

On December 9, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law released a compelling report about the disturbing state of our criminal justice system. 39% of the current prison population is locked up with very little public safety reason for their incarceration. This statistic is important because the United States has the most […]

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Racial Bias in our Prisons

It was announced yesterday that Gov. Cuomo of New York has launched a formal inquiry into racial bias in New York’s state prison system. The New York state probe was the result of an investigation–news report by the New York Times. The newspaper’s report revealed that black prisoners were punished at higher rates than white […]

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