“Horror Stories” Reported In U.S. Indian Prisons

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Suicide attempts are common at Bureau of Indian Affairs prisons, where inmates are housed in overcrowded jails and corrections officers are so few that prisoners walk away from some facilities, says the Interior Department’s inspector general. The Washington Post says a new report cited poorly trained guards, underfunded medical facilities, and unsanitary conditions even after
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