11 Amazing Prison Stories From 2013

With the seemingly endless emphasis on prisons being full of the irredeemable, here’s a timely reminder of the fact that they should be places of rehabilitation and that the people in there at present are capable of growth and change.

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Inmates prepare to head back to their cells after training dogs for the day. Training the dogs is akin to a full time job for the men, with a fixed schedule and routine happening everyday. The men must care for, exercise and feed the dogs – giving them a sense of responsibility for living creatures, or as the many of them noted, ‘as if they were our kids.’ | Chris Maddaloni via Getty Images.
Arizona inmates saved 22-year-old female guard from jail cell attack.

Rachel Harris, a rookie detention officer at Lower Buckeye Jail in Maricopa County, Ariz., was conducting a routine cell check in June when inmate Bobby Ruiz allegedly jumped on her back and bit off a piece of her ear, Fox 10 reported.

According to Harris and jail surveillance video, inmates rushed upstairs to aid Harris, peeling Ruiz off the 22-year-old guard. Inmates Ricky Shillingford and…

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One Response to 11 Amazing Prison Stories From 2013

  1. Swithin Fry says:

    Thanks for the amazing stories! The Death penalty system in the States is gog-smackingly amazing day-by-day but these add a bit of New Yr spice! Happy New Year – may truth triumph in 2014! All best Swithin

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