Rick Raemisch sits on the concrete bed in a cell, one of 948 empty rooms in the shuttered Centennial South Correctional Facility in Cañon City, Colo. He is recalling the day — actually just 20 hours — that he spent in solitary confinement at the state prison next door.
As he looks around the white-walled room, Raemisch declares it fairly similar to the 7-foot by 13-foot cell where in 2014, as head of Colorado’s corrections system, he . . .
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