4. Expand Education and Rehabilitation Programming 1. Deport Foreigners Housed in the Federal Bureau of Prisons This one
In the developed world, we take the universal availability of the Internet largely for granted. That connectivity in turn creates tremendous opportunities and benefits for individuals and businesses alike. What we often forget is that less than half of the world's population has access to the Internet.
"Judges don't tell us what to do," a prison guard allegedly said.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons has a long and colorful history of retaliating against inmates for the exercise of their legal rights. Over the years, I have learned to expect the worst when dealing with these officials. This desensitization occurs, in the literal as well as the figurative sense.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the report shows how separating non-citizens from the rest of the inmate population and putting them
The high-level shift toward easing punishment for drug offenders, backed by public opinion, raises the question of whether
Beyond the obvious effects of this massive oil spill, and the ongoing court battle between the government, plaintiffs, and BP, the question needs to be asked: After the worst offshore blowout in US history, did we learn anything?
"It's disturbing that Director Samuels wasn't able to answer such a basic question about the Bureau's use of solitary confinement
Kerman says she believes solitary has "no rehabilitative prospects" and should only be used "in the very short term, when
Additionally, DOJ's inspector general reported that 13 percent of inmates were not U.S. citizens, and that a small number
The Bureau of Prison's director recommended the unnamed inmate's release “due to [the inmate’s] totally debilitated medical
Through discovery in my case, the federal government has finally been forced to hand over previously-unseen memoranda explaining why I was picked out to be transferred to an experimental segregation unit, opened under the Bush Administration.
There are many questions to be asked about why our demand for hydrocarbon-based fuels is so great that we are now drilling for hydrocarbons in some of the most harsh conditions in the world.
"The Lady", as she is reverently and affectionately known, tackled her current thoughts, strategies, and actions for her country Myanmar.
The Corrections Corporation of America has failed in its obligation to run Georgia's McRae Correctional Facility in a manner comporting with basic human dignity.