imprisonment | imprisonment
A collection of essays about serving life without parole by prisoners (and some others), and about how life without parole really is the death penalty.
Dannie Martin was a bank robber, a heroin addict, a longtime federal prisoner and, he later wrote, “a criminal by any definition I know of.” But in 1986, the self-educated convict’s life changed dramatically when he submitted a freelance article on AIDS in prison to San Francisco Chronicle editor...
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