Frail and Elderly Prisoners: Do They Still Belong Behind Bars?

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As the US confronts a growing population of geriatric prisoners, it is time to reconsider whether they really need to be locked up. Prison keeps dangerous people off the streets. But how many prisoners whose minds and bodies have been whittled away by age are dangerous? According to prison statistics, hardly any. In Ohio, 26.7
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