Deaths in Florida Prisons Reach Unprecedented Heights

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Three years after Florida's Dade Correctional Institution was thrust into the national spotlight for the death of an inmate locked in a boiling shower in its mental health unit, deaths at the prison have soared to unprecedented heights, the Miami Herald reports. Last year, 13 inmates died at Dade Correctional, including four from hanging. That’s twice as many deaths as all but one other . . .

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