Friday, December 26, 1997

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  • Tattle Tale

    In 1989, prison guard Andrea Gibbs, sworn to uphold the law, blew the whistle on her superior officers for the brutal treatment of juvenile offenders in detention centers and prisons in Mississippi. In 1993, her efforts culminated in Federal investigations and closings of prisons that were deemed barbaric and unfit for human habitation.

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