Isn’t An Inmate Hunger Strike Over Prison Overcrowding A Solution In Itself?
August 27, 2013 - 7:09 pm
According to the governor’s office, his plan would allocate $315 million for the state to “expeditiously” lease in-state and out-of-state prison capacity, including at county jails and private facilities.
Brown’s proposal comes as new attention is being focused on California prisons during a hunger strike by inmates to protest conditions in special housing units where some prisoners are held for prolonged periods in isolation.
The protest is the third and largest hunger strike staged by inmates over solitary confinement in the last two years.
Resource saving. Efficient. Fewer inmates and more food after a while.
I know, I’m awful.