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private PRISONS Require a guarantee that the governments maintain a 90% occupancy rate for at least 20 years.

 
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03/10/2012 09:02 PM
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private PRISONS Require a guarantee that the governments maintain a 90% occupancy rate for at least 20 years.
Ohio has already went private, expect a Crackdown in Ohio!! as one post already pointed out.... Thread: Ohio-4th Amendment In Jeopardy!!!
NOW THEY WANT (((YOUR STATE)))
WASHINGTON – At a time when states are struggling to reduce bloated prison populations and tight budgets, a private prison management company is offering to buy prisons in exchange for various considerations, including a controversial guarantee that the governments maintain a 90% occupancy rate for at least 20 years.
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03/10/2012 09:27 PM

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Re: private PRISONS Require a guarantee that the governments maintain a 90% occupancy rate for at least 20 years.
That's about the most blatant example of subversion of the justice system I've ever seen, not least because those private companies don't even seem to mind admitting it in public. There's a private prison here in NM where prisoners have been locked up for 6 weeks without even being allowed a phone call - because the private ones don't have to obey any laws and can do as they like. We should never have let the first one be taken over in this country. Now the states are all money hungry and will be hard to wean.
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Re: private PRISONS Require a guarantee that the governments maintain a 90% occupancy rate for at least 20 years.
jury nullification problem solved

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