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Re: “What life is like in solitary confinement at North Carolina's Central Prison

I think I see why solitary in U.S. prisons are even worse now than solitary in foreign countries. a) Solitary cells
in the u.s. were built specifically to punish inmates severely. Cells in the foreign countries just became incidental as more people acted up.

Posted by John Wong on 08/06/2017 at 7:59 AM

Re: “What life is like in solitary confinement at North Carolina's Central Prison

Let's imagine these Icon prisoners that do have stimuli; being cuffed to the rear with handcuffs too tight,
summer heat waves, freezing winters, no air circulation. A lot of people have described it as being locked
up in a coffin. They are right. Now do you see why it is torture pure and simple?

Honestly even minimum security prisons here are just concentration camps in disguise. They might
as well euthanize prisoners.

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Posted by John Wong on 07/15/2017 at 2:44 PM

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