Md. Puts Fed Pretrial Unit Near “Harsh” Death Row

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A high-security Baltimore prison known as “Supermax” opened in 1987 as a get-tough facility for the state’s worst felons. Now, says the Baltimore Sun, the unit holds more federal pretrial detainees than problem inmates. The federal prisoners live next to Maryland’s death row in a facility that prison officials describe as unreasonably harsh. They are
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