Big FL Women’s Prison Called Rife With Corruption, Sexual Abuse

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With nearly 2,700 inmates, Florida’s Lowell Correctional Institution, the nation’s largest women’s prison, is rife with corruption, torment and sexual abuse, former inmates tell the Miami Herald. Inmates complain that corrections officers have spit in their faces, threatened to slam them into concrete and called them whores, bitches and porch monkeys. They say male staffers
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