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A new human rights report offers a blistering assessment of the Justice Department's role in the war on terror, taking aim at tactics used to identify and prosecute suspected terrorists. In a lengthy examination of U.S. terror prosecutions, Human
It was during one of these situationswhen her program needed a replacement actorthat Tobola met William Brown, a former gang member who had been in and out of federal and state prisons. Brown was new to CMC and was hoping to enter the Arts in
Popular Tags Archives Feeds July 14, 2014 by Donna Willmott At a noontime rally marking the first anniversary of last year's largest-ever hunger strike, held in Oakland on July 8 at Oscar Grant Plaza, Marie Levin speaks out about her love for her
Story Edward, Ashley and Kinew were all prisoners with serious mental health issues who were segregated for extended periods of time by the Correctional Service of Canada. They were segregated for months on end, despite their self-injurious behaviour
The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Jul. 13 2014, 7:00 PM EDT Last updated Sunday, Jul. 13 2014, 7:00 PM EDT If we are decent people, then Edward Snowshoe's death in a solitary confinement cell in a maximum-security institution will disturb us, and
Popular Tags Archives Feeds July 8, 2014 by the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law A year ago on July 8, over 30,000 people inside California prisons began a hunger strike to bring an end to the state's use of indefinite solitary
Story Me and my kids are just hurt so bad, I have to do something, said Effie Bella Snowshoe, from her home in Fort McPherson, NWT...Her son, Edward Snowshoe, died four years ago, hanging himself in a cell at the maximum-security Edmonton Institution.
Popular Tags Archives Feeds July 8, 2014 by Shandre Delaney Pennsylvania actions in commemoration of the one-year anniversary of the largest prisoner hunger strike in history Prison family members particularly mothers, daughters, partners, wives
The newly appointed commissioner of New York City's jail system violated city law by sending as many as 47 mentally ill inmates into 23-hour confinement without first getting approval from mental health clinicians, a city oversight board said Tuesday.
Popular Tags Archives Feeds July 7, 2014 One year ago, on July 8, 2013, 30,000 California prisoners initiated the largest hunger strike the world has ever seen. Sixty days later, 40 prisoners, who had eaten nothing in all that time, agreed to suspend