El Chapo Becomes a Prison Reformer in New York City

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The conditions are bleak in 10 South, as the most secure wing of the Metropolitan Correctional Center, the federal jail in New York City, is called. Its half-dozen cells are never dark and are perpetually monitored by cameras. The prisoners never go outdoors. Most days, they get an hour to themselves in a tiny “recreation” room with a treadmill, a stationary bike, a television and a window offering fresh air and a view of Lower Manhattan, the New York . . .

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