http://www.indystar.com/print/articles/5/049453-8635-009.html Changes in patrol priorities and employee turnover often leave the Marion County Jail in Indianapolis with an average less than one guard for every 100 prisoners, a situation that makes the facility the most dangerous jail in the state, the Indianapolis Star reports. Without improvements, Indiana chief jail inspector Paul E. Downing says, someone . . .
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