Employee misconduct runs rampant in the largest bureau run by the Department of Justice and no amount of “congressional oversight” is going to help.
Tag: Bureau of Prisons
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Covid & the Way of Death in US Prisons
If we don’t care about prisoners on any normal day, then why would we care about them when a pandemic is spreading through the system?
Chris Hedges: When the Just Go to Prison
The imprisonment of Daniel Hale, federal prisoner 26069-075 in Marion, Illinois, is a microcosm of the vast gulag being constructed for all of us.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: A Whistleblower’s Agony
Denying Joshua Schulte bail because of a fear that he might reveal classified information is one thing. Subjecting him to torture is another.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Sending a Hacktivist to SuperMax
Unless dramatic reforms are undertaken, prisoners such as Marty Gottesfeld will continue to be abused.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: The Scandal of US Prisons
The head of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons was forced to step down last week as scandals swept through the vast U.S. prison system.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Leave Prisoners in Home Confinement
Covid’s not over, but the DOJ is still pushing to lock non-violent offenders back up.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: As Assange Faces Extradition, the State of US Prisons Grows Worse
The vast majority of the violence committed against federal inmates goes unreported. And it’s a daily occurrence.