"Some individuals might say that these inmates deserve this treatment because they are criminals, and society continually shames criminals, and teaches us to outcast them. But many individuals within the United States justice system, are behind bars because they have committed non-violent crimes. Does the senseless attack on them seem justified? Individuals in prison are already receiving their punishment for having committed any previous crime, arbitrary attacks (considering the illegality) should not be tolerated, the actions should be treated for the assault that they are."
The above is an excerpt from "Exposing The Truth: Prison Guards Repeatedly Abuse Inmates".
Read the entire story at http://www.exposingthetruth.co/prison-guards-repeatedly-abuse-inmates/#axzz2gxlLJW8M.
Do you wonder how often this happens? If these are the reported stories, how many others go unreported?
What do YOU think?
Are these sorts of attacks justified? Is shaming criminals justified?
Or might we strive to encourage rehabilitation and help make the world a better place for all of us?