More than 300 inmates were killed when the prison caught fire, and this is not the first occurrence. Should there be better evacuation procedures, or do you think that a prison full of convicts is not a pressing issue?
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I think if they're going to keep convicts locked up, they should be responsible for their safety and know how to get them out of there in an emergency. It's not acceptable to let 300 people die in a fire after you've forced them in there. I'm sure a lot of them are in there for the most petty crimes, too.
honestly in prisons i dont think they care about the people in there they usually care abt them selves you knowShould Prisoners Have The Right To Vote?
I agree with 0kai0Who's being honest about the use of harsh interrogation tactics against al-Qaeda prisoners?