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  • Private prisons Constitute Human Slavery.

    The Federal, State, or local Licensed Judicial administration are trying to in other Title, sell individual people who have been taken-out, removed, and held separate from others in society, by illegal use of the United States Constructional separation process.
    To then taking money in the form of bid, from private citizens, or groups of private people, as an untested form of incorporation into a justice system and not a separation process, a proved non-biased separation is leaving the protection provided from the precedent set by United States Constitution.
    A prisoner is nothing more than a slave, if not held separate by a Basic form of non-biased separation. A slave is nothing more than a prisoner of War, if their public declaration is to call for by a public principle of disorder.

  • Presupposing abdication of responsibility is inherently bad,

    Private prisons insulate the government (federal or state depending on the penitentiary) from the potential or actual effects of their actions. Should guards be too lax or too strict with the prisoners, the blame would be placed on the private corporation hired by the government. An important consideration here is that abuse of power in the private penitentiary system is not unbased in reality. Specific to private immigrant detention centers, a correction center in Raymondville, Texas was disavowed by the USFG for violations of BOP (Bureau of Prisons) codes concerning assault, management of contraband and sexual misconduct. The full article is available here:
    https://www.Washingtonpost.Com/news/powerpost/wp/2016/08/12/private-federal-prisons-less-safe-less-secure/?Utm_term=.D0005bb06c50

  • In a perfect world.

    Morality is a little vague but I define it along the lines of, "a system ideas designed to improve your life and create a society that improves the general condition in which you live as broadly as possible to ensure stability." So no, I would like to see as many private institutions as possible to ensure that they are more efficient but also accountable to all members, especially minorities. I would support private prisons in some countries but, currently, the United States is not one of them.

  • Private prisons Constitute Human Slavery.

    The Federal, State, or local Licensed Judicial administration are trying to in other Title, sell individual people who have been taken-out, removed, and held separate from others in society, by illegal use of the United States Constructional separation process.
    To then taking money in the form of bid, from private citizens, or groups of private people, as an untested form of incorporation into a justice system and not a separation process, a proved non-biased separation is leaving the protection provided from the precedent set by United States Constitution.
    A prisoner is nothing more than a slave, if not held separate by a Basic form of non-biased separation. A slave is nothing more than a prisoner of War, if their public declaration is to call for by a public principle of disorder.


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