Double Cell Solitary in Federal Prisons Is Common, Dangerous

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Inmates' lawyers, staffers, and more than 40 current and former inmates at the Lewisburg, Pa., Federal Penitentiary tell NPR and the Marshall Project that restraints are used as punishment, often for prisoners who refuse their cell assignments. Prison officials say they try to match compatible cellmates, but ultimately inmates . . .

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