Crime Pays $52 Billion Yearly
( 4UMF NEWS ) Crime Pays $52 Billion Yearly:
Crime pays Denver State Corrections $52 Billion yearly. The prison population is growing faster than the general population , with 4 of every 10 prisoners suffering from mental illness. mentally ill patients are locked down in solitary twenty two hours daily.
“There is an inherent disconnect between the security mission and mental health considerations.” Robert Hood , former Warden of the U.S. Penitentiary Administrative Maximum, or ADX, from 2002 until 2005 , where solitary confinement is an administrative tool.
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