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How Private Prisons Create Revenue (2 pics)

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Prison isn't fun, especially when you're an inmate. But for the people running the show, private prisons can be a very profitable business.

1 How Private Prisons Create Revenue (2 pics)


2 How Private Prisons Create Revenue (2 pics)


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№1 Author: hugo31 (22 May 2015 02:26) Total user comments: 502


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The part about inmate labor sounds pretty much like slavery.
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№2 Author: ghost55321 (22 May 2015 08:25) Total user comments: 249


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the other option was not to break the law
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№3 Author: taromaro (22 May 2015 15:38) Total user comments: 167


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I wonder if this prisons even try to rehabilitate the inmates like making sure they don't commit crimes again find a job and don't come back.

Oh, wait it's not about criminal rehabilitation, it's about profit.
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№4 Author: LewisJones (22 May 2015 15:56) Total user comments: 2178


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not really 2 pics, is it?
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№5 Author: randomdude735 (23 May 2015 00:47) Total user comments: 427


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"Quit Breaking the Law, Asshole!" Jim Carry in Liar Liar
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№6 Author: theDude00 (23 May 2015 22:21) Total user comments: 0


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Dunno, sounds much like real life outside the prison. Only free people can choose their overpriced store each time.

Oh yeah, free people have to work even more to pay bills which allow us to use the basics in our lives like a roof over the head and such...
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№7 Author: SirCastic (26 May 2015 17:36) Total user comments: 20


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Quote: taromaro

Oh, wait it's not about criminal rehabilitation, it's about profit.


None. It's about the punishment. And isolation.
It's not a holiday resort.
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№8 Author: MementoMori (29 May 2015 20:12) Total user comments: 0


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Quote: hugo31
The part about inmate labor sounds pretty much like slavery.


It is modern day slavery, nothing less.
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