March 8, 2021

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Jail without Walls – How does that work?! | Free Doc Bites | Free Documentary

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  1. What they don't tell you is that you can complete this program with flying colors and still be denied parole and sent to prison anyway, completely discrediting everything they spent teaching you in this program over a 6 month period. That's not on the shock camp though, that's on the state. Split bids and flat bids are treated differently in this environment, with no real rhyme or reason as to why certain inmates are denied parole over others, not even records, inmates with much worse records than others are regularly granted parole over someone who may be put into the system for the very first time. The state is incredibly flawed in this method of rehabilitation because of this.

  2. Not rehabilitated or reprogrammed.The idea is great but now you have built up half trained soldiers on the streets.I'll bet there is something in their agreement connected to something like Homeland?

  3. Communist and fascist regimes have held "re-education" camps like this, and still do for non-violent "offenders" (whom of course are just either in "poverty" or simply "rebellious" whom are considered as "threat" to the powers of the society they are in) "Punishing " the "crime" of being poor and "rebellious" shouldn't happen in a "free -Republic" as ours, and even 19th century authors as Victor Hugo made it in his native post-revolution France! These kind of "punishment" programs also appear to not really "rehabilitate" poor offenders to get good jobs as well as educations, which is why again it does not belong in 21st century America other than to destroy concepts or ideals of civil and human rights to the " common poor" that even our nations' founders decided to start the nation with in the first place.

  4. Hmm.. towards the end of this video he talks to an officer in charge when they are in the dinner hall, then after the conflict task the same guy but this time in shackles and overalls on is queued up with the rest of the prisoners…

  5. I love this program! Much better for rehabilitation and it is so much better for the prisoners, mentally, emotionally, physically, everything. This would be particularly beneficial for juvenile delinquents. Once they realize, "This sucks, but it's a whole lot better than regular prison so I better just do what I'm told and color inside the lines for 6 months." If they do this, they'll find that they come out much better than when they went in. This is very similar to Air Force Basic Training that I completed. Yes, it did suck, but I am a better person because of that experience and I felt so incredibly good when I finally graduated and was free again.

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