Despite Concerns, MN Has Freed 700 From Solitary to Society

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Serving time in isolation makes the already-difficult task of re-entering society harder, one possible reason why studies show recidivism is high for those former inmates. "You get prodded and then they let you into society," says ex-Minnesota prisoner John Turnipseed, who calls it "an inhumane practice . . .

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