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21-year-old Kyle Brandon Richards filed the suit in U.S. District Court in Detroit against Governor Rick Snyder, the state and its prison system, claiming he's being subjected to cruel and unusual punishment because jail rules ban pornographic materials.
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#1 Aug 12, 2011
People in jail serving time should not be given anything at all.I feel like if you did the crime do your time. The only rights they should be given is the right to a fair trial and if they are found guilty, then they should be given no rights or privileges. When you have served your time and released then you get your rights and privileges back. Some see going to jail is the easy way out. You get just about everything you need. Food.entertainment, gym time, watch t.v, play games..... Its time to toughen up the jail system in the United States. Make them work, cook, clean, grow and raise their own food. Quit giving criminals a free ride off of the taxpayers money. Put them to work. I am sure there are lots of things that need to be done at the jail. Let them do the work.
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