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Wednesday, 08 February 2012


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Chantay Smithingell

Perhaps they should balance the number between the prisoners and the local workers in order to distribute the labor in a fair manner and ensure that every duty is competed, from the installation of the roofs to the painting. After all, some of the inmates might want to apply for an honest job once they are freed.

Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange

That's an interesting thought. The newspaper article didn't say anything about anybody but prisoners working on the project. Given that chances are many of them are in for minor drug offenses, how about just not lock them up in the first place? -jsq

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