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Old 02-16-2020, 04:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Raellus View Post
Just abandoning a prison is tantamount to releasing the inmates into the community. Without active supervision, most U.S. prisons wouldn't be at all hard to break out of.

I also think y'all overestimate the psychological ease of welding prison cells closed, dooming those inside to a slow, agonizing death via dehydration. The same goes for lining up all the inmates and shooting them, or whatever. I'm sure it would happen, but I reckon it would be the exception rather than the rule.
I am not sure how the prisons around you are built, but the ones that I have done prisoner transfers to were I live would not be easy to break out of, also someone was talking about using them using the "yard" to grow food and such, the one that I go to most of the time, it is inside, with thick walls all around it. You would need heavy equipment to do just about anything with this center.
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