Prison Reform

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Imprisonment of innocent people is unacceptable, as most people would agree. But what if that person is labeled a “sex offender”? Is it then okay to lock them up forever? What do you think?

Be sure to check out RM70 on the podcast list on the left, or by clicking here. They interview a friend of mine, who spent ten years in prison and was finally released due to the court’s screwup.

You can read all about it here.

Within the past few years, there has been an effort to improve conditions in prison regarding the “healthcare” that inmates are provided.

The ACLU filed a lawsuit “challenging the inhumane and unconstitutional failures of the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) to provide minimally adequate medical, mental health and dental care to people in state custody, and to end the abusive conditions in the solitary confinement units.” Read Parsons v. Ryan.

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  1. This is a question I have had for a while. Do the laws not apply to you if you have the label of “sex offender”? And what does that label really mean?
    I have read of people murdering people and getting less time than a sex offender. How is that okay? I guess it’s acceptable to kill people.

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