Federal Inmate Workers Contribute To War Effort

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http://www.alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=17042 Many federal prisoners are making equipment for U.S. military forces in Iraq, the alternet.org Web site reports. Examples: 265 inmates in Greenville, Il., make more than 1,000 desert-tan camouflage shirts per day; 300 make Kevlar helmets factory in Beaumont, Tx., filling the military’s demand for battlefield headgear; prisoners in Marion, Il., solder millions of
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