Saturday, 7 March 2020

‘What we do doesn’t work’: As warden, he tried to radically change the culture of Alaska’s maximum-security prison. It led to his exit.

quote [ Bill Lapinskas’ most ambitious efforts to put Spring Creek Correctional Center at the unlikely forefront of prison reform in Alaska didn’t survive a change in elected leadership. Out of a job, he’s now free to talk about why. ]

They're tryin' to build a prison
[SFW] [crime & punishment] [+3 Underrated]
[by ScoobySnacks@7:00amGMT]


knumbknutz said @ 3:21pm GMT on 7th Mar [Score:2]
That's because we don't have prisons. What we have are privately funded rape-dungeons who's primary purpose is to warehouse and store human bodies at ~60k per year.

Pretty sure at rape-co's corporate HQ, talks of rehab and anything else that 1)costs money and affects executive bonuses, and, 2) may slow the return-back rate inmates after release, is generally met with a guided tour to the front door.
rndmnmbr said @ 9:26am GMT on 7th Mar [Score:1 Underrated]
It took me a while to figure out a whole lot of people don't want inmates rehabilitated and reintegrated. Guilty once, guilty forever, throw these inconvenient people in a forgotten hole.
ooo[......7 said @ 7:05am GMT on 7th Mar
I see you Serj.
mechanical contrivance said @ 10:54pm GMT on 7th Mar
Nail on the head.

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