Locking Down the Mentally Ill

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Solitary Confinement Cells Have Become America's New Asylums “If you want to know where they are all being kept,” said Todd Winstrom, “they’re down in the hole.” Winstrom, a staff attorney for Disability Rights Wisconsin, was talking about what happens to mentally ill offenders when they enter his state's prison system. Without treatment options–and without
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