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"During the colonial days, people were hung even for minor offenses like stealing grapes, killing chickens and trading with Indians. But by the time of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, doubts were already creeping in about the effectiveness of people being killed by the people."
- Irene



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Prision/Crime in the US


Best of the Update!
Jennifer - A day at juvie - doing time in your teens.

thumb2Nick - The birth of gangs: a violent reaction to poverty.

thumb3Stephanie - Military boot camps for teens gone bad.

thumbnail4 Irene - Don't mess with Texas or 'Old Sparky' may call for you!

Dispatch buttonNeda - The prison industry - too many people, too many prisons
Dispatch buttonNick - Police brutality is a problem that needs our attention

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