Monday, September 12, 2016

Kansas Solitary Lock Down Illegal?!?

In the midst of a national inmate strike . . . This landmark case in Kansas threatens to end a controversial practice used by liberally by the prison industrial complex: Case questioning constitutionality of solitary confinement in Kansas moves ahead

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.

Anonymous said...

Every day people are released from prison after it was proven that they were innocent!

Anonymous said...

What is cruel and unusual about separating problem inmates from the general population. Employers punish employees everyday and there is no social outcry. This is just more libtard bullshit. I swear if these clowns had their way a felon would be able to run for President....oh wait...

Bob said...

8:32, to prove the truth of your assertion, please give us the name and circumstances of the person who was released today, September 12, 2016, after his/her innocence was established.

Anonymous said...

8:32 If it is any consolation we release tens of thousands every year and it HASN'T been proven they were innocent.