At Angola Prison, Aging Inmates Mean a Dearth of Farmhands

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As prisoners age, there are fewer hands to work on the vast farm that has traditionally fed the 5,000 inmates at Louisiana’s Angola prison, reports The Town Talk of Alexandria, La. In the past, 1,000 inmates worked the fields. Warden Burl said he's lucky if 600 to 700 are physically able to do the job.
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