This map of the United States shows the location of every Federal Detention Center/Correctional Facility under the direction of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons ...
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Federal Correctional Institution, Big Spring, in Texas. (Courtesy of the ACLU of Texas)
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A prisoner looks out of his solitary confinement cell on the administrative segregation wing of the Ferguson Unit, 1997, outside of Lovelady, Texas.
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A recreation room used by solitary-confinement inmates at the Washington Corrections Center.Ted S. Warren / AP
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The exterior of ADX prison, Florence, Colorado
Law enforcement officials from a wide variety of agencies converge on the Willacy County Correctional Center in Raymondville, Tex., on Feb.
The American criminal justice system adopted the use of solitary confinement in the mid1800's as a
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A 2015 report by Human Rights Watch found that mentally ill inmates across the United States are subjected to routine physical abuse by guards.
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In this Feb. 25, 2016 file photo, fences with barbed wire are visible
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An inmate in solitary confinement at the Val Verde Correctional Facility in Del Rio, Texas
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Thomas Silverstein had been serving at the "Supermax" prison in Florence, Colorado, since 2005.
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Imagine a place where someone wakes you up, provides you with food, and plans your entire day. Of course, we're talking about prison—but only if you're ...
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A private prison company with a troubled past looks to reopen an immigration detention facility in Texas
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On Wednesday, August 9, 2017, inmates held at the Wallace Pack Unit, a state prison about 75 miles northwest of Houston, will temporarily be moved to air- ...
image by Jared Rodriguez / Truthout Deadly heat, unsafe water, black mold, and cockroaches plague prisoners at many Texas prisons.
Solitary confinement in the Ramsey unit in Huntsville, 1968.