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Entombed: Life in the USA’s cruel isolation chambers

Headline Title:  Entombed: Life in the USA’s cruel isolation chambers 04 October 2014 When 71-year-old Herman Wallace died shortly after being released from more than four decades in isolation in a Louisiana prison, a year ago today, the extent of the system’s inhumanity was brought to light once again. But despite the international outcry, on any given day 80,000 people are locked in stark cells in inhumane conditions across the USA. When the thick solid metal door shut behind him, Steven was faced with his worst nightmare. He knew he would be forced to spend the following four years…

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