North Dakota's corrections department is setting up an electronic mail system for inmates this fall, to provide what officials hope will be a cheaper and less troublesome option for keeping in touch.
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#21 Dec 13, 2009
When someone breaks the law which is in place to protect society and provide freedom for law abiding citizens, law breaking citizens should be denied both protection and freedom. Law breakers do not deserve the same freedoms law keepers do!
Email for inmates? That's CRAZY! What for, so they can run their "business" from prison?? For education? They've denied their education for stupidity and selfishness at the cost of law abiding educated society! They deserve nothing! They OWE society, we owe inmates NOTHING.
#22 Dec 26, 2009
I hope you give them a comfortable chair to sit in while they type. Oh yea, and how about a snack.
Pres obama can rubb their feet too.
Since: Feb 08
#23 Dec 30, 2009
ya great idea ,now they can harrass those they have made victims or whoever they"d like,geniuss,they need their own web pages-facebook maybe,hey i know get em all snowmobiles so they can recreate a lil,poor fellas.
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