FL Corrections Officer Denies Food To Teen Inmates For Talking

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It was lunchtime and the newly arrived teenage inmates had just filed into the mess hall at Florida's Sumter Correctional Institution, sat down with their lunch trays and begun eating. Some of them started talking, like the inmates who'd been there longer were doing at nearby tables, reports the Tampa Bay Times. Their supervising officer considered the newbies disruptive. He warned them. They continued. Within minutes, the officer ordered the nearly 15 inmates to stand up and dump . . .

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