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Corporate Camps, Profit for Prisoners

I’ve been horrified for quite sometime at the privatization of prisons in this country. What I was unaware of is the privatization of immigration enforcement. “In the United States — with almost 400,000 annual detentions in 2010, up from 280,000 in 2005 — private companies now control nearly half of all detention beds, compared with […]

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