Pentagon requests $49 million to build new prison at Guantanamo for ‘special’ detainees

ShareThis Pentagon requests $ 49 million to build new prison at Guantánamo for ‘special’ detainees 21 Mar 2013 The United States Southern Command has requested $ 49 million to build a new prison building at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, for “special” detainees prisoners on top of other renovations it says are necessary since Congress has decided […]

The Economics of Incarceration

The Intel Hub Nile Bowie February 6, 2012 For anyone paying attention, there is no shortage of issues that fundamentally challenge the underpinning moral infrastructure of American society and the values it claims to uphold. Under the conceptual illusion of liberty, few things are more sobering than the amount of Americans who will spend the […]

Beyond Guantanamo, a Web of Prisons for Terrorism Inmates

ShareThis Beyond Guantánamo, a Web of Prisons for Terrorism Inmates 11 Dec 2011 It is the other Guantánamo, an archipelago of federal prisons that stretches across the country, hidden away on back roads. Today, it houses far more men convicted in terrorism cases than the shrunken population of the prison in Cuba that has generated […]

Visitors to Arizona prisons hit with $25 fee

(TRUTH FREQUENCY)   PJ Longoni has shelled out hundreds of dollars to pay for toiletries, a television and legal fees for family and friends locked up in Arizona prisons. When she learned she’d have to pay a one-time $ 25 background check fee to visit her son, she was angry. Under a new state law, some […]