Elder-Care Corrections–Tennessee Sets The Pace

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http://www.tennessean.com/local/archives/03/07/35281537.shtml?Element_ID=35281537 The Tennessee corrections department is confronting a new challenge: the rise in elderly inmates during the next 20 years, the Tennessean reports from Nashville. Bob Wayman, 66, is part of the new face of corrections. A double-amputee, Wayman is serving four years for vehicular homicide in a special medical facility; he is scheduled for release next year. Wayman loves to visit the gym or sun himself in the concrete-and-fence . . .

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