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  • Who thought "privately operated detention centers" were a good idea?

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/trans-...hologist-finds

    Yeah, let's hire private corporations who have an incentive to provide as little care as possible to handle our prisoners.

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    Someone who couldn't earn a living legitimately.

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    To us, it is the BEAST.

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    • #3
      supporters of the prison-industrial complex?
      I wasn't born with enough middle fingers.
      [Brandon Roderick? You mean Brock's Toadie?][Hanged from Yggdrasil]

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      • #4
        I doubt many people did though, honestly, the worst part is that those private companies could then lobby the state and federal governments for longer sentences so those companies could make more money.
        Try http://wordforge.net/index.php for discussion and debate.

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        • #5
          what a nightmarish thread title and even more so a practise. On the good side, my ultrascans came through, clean as a kite. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OBoW5XOZkc

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          • #6
            Look up GEO. It is all you need to know. Although in this case, the private company actually trades under the symbol CXW.
            That's not the real world. Your job has little to do with the sort of thing most people do for a living. - Agathon
            It's never too late to shut the **** up and hope for the best. - Kentonio
            If social security were private, it would be prosecuted as a Ponzi scheme. - me

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            • #7
              What? Your proposal is to send inmates to geostationary Earth orbit?
              Indifference is Bliss

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              • #8
                I don't know if it's GEO or not, but the Government of Canada has allowed the arms length public Canadian Pension Plan to invest in publicly traded [strike]prison camps[/strike] privately operated detention centres in the US. A great many Canadians are not amused.
                There's nothing wrong with the dream, my friend, the problem lies with the dreamer.

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