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  • R Kelly ‘attacked by inmate’ as he awaits trial in Chicago prison

    R Kelly ‘attacked by inmate’ as he awaits trial in Chicago prison0

    R. Kelly is said to have been put in solitary confinement after he was attacked by a fellow inmate inside a Chicago prison.  The singer, 53, remains jailed in the city’s Metropolitan Correctional Center after pleading not guilty to dozens of state and federal sex crime charges in Illinois, Minnesota and New York. He is

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  • Life-limiting illness in prison – The Hippocratic Post

    Life-limiting illness in prison – The Hippocratic Post0

    New research highlights the opportunities to improve care for people in prison who are dying from a progressive, life-limiting illness, by Dr Stacey Panozzo, Professor Jennifer Philip and Dr Anna Collins, University of Melbourne and St Vincent’s Hospital.  Consider for a moment how it might feel to be told you have a diagnosis of advanced

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  • Why rehabilitation – not harsher prison sentences – makes economic sense

    Why rehabilitation – not harsher prison sentences – makes economic sense0

    How should we treat convicted criminals? This is a matter of continuing public debate, and varies enormously across countries. Even within the so-called developed world, there are wide variations. The US, for example, imprisons more people per capita (over 700 per 100,000) than any other country in the world. At the other end of the

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