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New film exposes dangers of the ‘Treatment Industrial Complex’ taking place of for-profit prisons

A new documentary film exposes the “treatment industrial complex” that has sprung up amid the collapsing for-profit prison industry. As state and federal government phase out for-profit prisons and other detention facilities, publicly traded companies such as Corrections Corporation of...
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