Ct. Juvenile Center A Focus Of Federal Crime Probe

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After a teenage girl killed herself at the state’s old juvenile residence for juveniles, Connecticut vowed to build a state-of-the-art institution to house and care for difficult youngsters, some confined for committing minor crimes, says the New York Times. Six years later, at a cost of $200 million, the facility in Middletown, Ct., is up
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