Prison Incarceration Case Study

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2.3 million people are currently incarcerated in the U.S. justice system. All of them, regardless of their offense, have been put behind bars to serve some amount of time. Trapped in small rooms with sharp corners and dull paint, they watch a lone flickering light in their cell as a meager source of entertainment. Thousands behind black rusted bars and enclosed bland courtyards, blithering about, only occasionally forced to do self-supporting such as laundry and cooking. The typical orange jumpsuits contrast with the muted walls and unvaried routine. These troublesome convicts stumbling around due to their poor decisions are similar to leeches on a host. Being sustained by the tax dollars of others while exchanging nothing in return to the…show more content…
It is becoming increasingly obvious that the one who finds a method for correctional institutions to become productive and finally contribute to society would be greatly and indefinitely rewarded. Finally there would be a return on the taxpayers investment other than their safety from degenerates and miscreants. Finally the fine people of this society will be able to reap the rewards of 2.3 million prisoners being conducive to the population. The benefits would not only exceed public safety but also extend the lives of the people being fed upon by the parasites of the prisons. My solution involves not only for the incarcerated, but serves the people of the nation in current medical situations. These law abiding, innocent people will be receiving the greater benefit from the hidden potential of the prison system. As one who wants to solve this enigma I have spent much time reviewing other views and ideas which sadly, I view as sadly ineffective and grossly mistaken. It is true that there is roughly more than 120,000 people on the national organ transplant list. It is also a fact that 1 pint of blood, from anyone regardless of decisions, donated could save as much as 3 lives. Finally you can safely donate blood every 56 days and platelets every 7 days which I'm sure are

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