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Prisoners of the system: Corporate organized crime runs the system of human trafficking for profit

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Marti Oakley(c) copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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 The five southeastern states of the US, long known for their corruption within the so-called justice system, are notorious for gaming the system.  Backwoods lawyers, Billy-Bob judges and Boss Hog type law enforcement personnel are all too common.  After all, these are just human beings; who cares?  As long as there is money to be made, there seems to be no shortage of individuals willing to profit from what has become nothing short of human trafficking for profits.

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Finding reasons to put people in prisons has become big business in the US.  Beginning in the 1980’s, prisons began privatizing for profit, making that profit off the forced labor of prisoners who saw not one dime in return for their labor.  John Ashcroft helped along the prisoner-for-profit program by handing down mandated prison term guidelines.  The so-called justice system dutifully complied with federal mandates as money, and lots of it, began to flow from the exaggerated prison sentences.  Wall Street began selling bonds on the labor of prisoners and the number of prisoners to foreign countries; bonds that were based on the length of time they could be guaranteed that prisoners would be held.  More

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