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March 14, 2012
 
 

DHS Unveils "Don't Call it Prison" Prison for Detainees


"On a patch of Texas farmland near the Gulf of Mexico, immigration officials on Tuesday unveiled one of the most visible results of a three-year-old plan to overhaul the nation's immigration detention system: a brand-new center intended to provide a less penal setting for detainees," the New York Times writes. "Detainees will be free to move through much of the center 24 hours a day. Unarmed staff members, dressed in blue polo shirts and khaki trousers, are known as 'resident advisers,' not guards."