CorruptUser wrote:idonno wrote:You can't extract incredibly cheap labor out of people under house arrest.
Most of those people under house arrest are still allowed to work, making re-integration a non-issue...
I wasn't arguing for their well being I was being facetious. My point was there is an incentive to lock them up because they can be exploited for cheap labor.
Sheriff Steve Prator wrote:In addition to the bad ones -- in addition to them -- they are releasing some good ones that we use every day to wash cars, to change the oil in our cars, to cook in the kitchen -- to do all that where we save money
This is what comes up when people are let our early. Can you imagine the fight over never sending people to prison in the first place?