Wisconsin Inmates in Hunger Strike to Protest Solitary

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Prisoners at two Wisconsin facilities may be participating in the hunger strike that a few inmates at the Waupun Correctional Institution began in June, reports Milwaukee Public Radio.. They call it their “Dying to Live” campaign and say they are protesting the state’s abuse of solitary confinement. Says inmate Chance Zombor:  “Prisoners are being held in long-term solitary confinement, which we view as . . .

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