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Source: FOX NEWS
August 03, 2013
If these advocates are so concern for their well-being, maybe they can offer these inmates to stay at their places when they are released from prisons. We'll see how their opinions will change then.
So about 30,000 started and only about 300 are left? Let them continue to not eat. That's on them. It is their decision. It is what it is.
I guess these "advocates" have never been exposed to the real life violence of a prison gang. Nor do they understand the resources facilities expend trying to keep staff and other inmates safe from these security threat groups. I have an idea: provide food, if they choose of their own "free will" not to eat-then let them starve. And good riddance to them if they starve themselves to death. Then count them in the court ordered numbers for inmate population reduction. Two birds one stone.
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