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The Prison Industry Racket: "U.S. Prison Popu lation Seeing ‘Unprecedented Increase’," by Carley L. Biron (2/5/2013)

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    ... From: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. Sent: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 1:41 PM Subject: The Prison Industry Racket: U.S. Prison Population Seeing
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      From: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
      Sent: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 1:41 PM
      Subject: The Prison Industry Racket: "U.S. Prison Population Seeing ‘Unprecedented Increase’," by Carley L. Biron (2/5/2013)


      U.S. Prison Population Seeing ‘Unprecedented Increase’

      The research wing of the U.S. Congress is warning that three decades of “historically unprecedented” build-up in the number of prisoners incarcerated in the United States have led to a level of overcrowding that is now “taking a toll on the infrastructure” of the federal prison system.
      Over the past 30 years, according to a new report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS), the federal prison population has jumped from 25,000 to 219,000 inmates, an increase of nearly 790 percent. Swollen by such figures, for years the United States has incarcerated far more people than any other country, today imprisoning some 716 people out of every 100,000. (Although CRS reports are not made public, a copy can be found here.)

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      This is the Red Chinese prison model:  incarcerate capable workers
      who are required to work for ~5 cents per hour, in order to produce
      an ever growing number and variety of consumer goods,
      like black robes for Federal Judges who own stock in this
      "government" enterprise:



           It is  no wonder  that well in excess of 80% of the American
      People are  now disgusted with government, and all of its agents.
      Our Chief  Justice is  clearly a  criminal  if  he  continues  to
      advocate taxation  of federal judges, in the face of supreme laws
      which maintain  the contrary.   Federal  judges  are  also  heavy
      investors in  the United  States Prison Industries, now the fifth
      largest enterprise  of the  whole American  economy.  Need we say
      any more?   Yes,  we need  to say more, because the incarceration
      rate in  the land of the free is now the highest in the world, by
      wide margins.   You  can thank  William  H.  Rehnquist  for  that
      honorable distinction.  None will dare to call it treason.

      Sincerely yours,
      /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
      Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
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