Black men are targeted by the private prison business CCA and the cops are under command to frame and capture them. Undercover reporter reveals the truth

The private prison business in America has existed since the abolition of slavery in 1865. It was created to continue the enslavement of Black men under the guise of a prison, and methods were put in place to capture Black men and imprison them on made up crimes. The lack of intellect among many Black folks, enforced by 400 years of slavery, causes spiritual and emotional weakness of the Black man, and his reliance on an imaginary god has made him an ideal selection for this inhumane business venture. It is also good to note that the CCA, private prison, is traded on Wall Street and primarily Jewish owned.

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Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) is one of the world's largest private jailers; it runs prisons and immigration detention centers across the USA (and is diversifying into halfway houses, mental health center, and surveillance for poor neighborhoods). Mother Jones's Shane Bauer went undercover at CCA's Winn Prison in Louisiana, the state with the highest incarceration rate in the world, and spent four months meticulously documenting the way that CCA destroys the lives of the prisoners in its care and its own employees, while paying its CEO $3.4M/year.

Bauer's report shows that CCA increases its profits by engaging in inhumane and illegal practices, eliminating library access, recreational and rehabilitative activities, and cutting back psychiatric care, drug addiction programs and counselling to a vastly inadequate level. Eliminating all these activities, limiting mealtimes to 10 minutes, and feeding prisoners sub-starvation diets means that they can also spend a lot less on staff, leaving guards exposed to hazardous conditions in overcrowded prisons.

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| June, 25th, 2016

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