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Louisiana Sheriff Horrifyingly Explains Why 'Good' Prisoners Should Stay in Jail

Steve Prator thinks nonviolent offenders should be harvested for their free labor. Steve Prator, a Louisiana sheriff, unintentionally admitted that prison is the new slavery during a press conference earlier this week. The Caddo Parish official lamented that nonviolent offenders are being released from jails because the prison “can work” those inmates for free or next to nothing, saving money and profiting off their labor.
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