Thursday, October 12, 2006

US Prisons Using Dogs Against Inmates

A new report from Human Rights Watch reveals that five U.S. state prison systems — Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, South Dakota, and Utah — authorize the use of large unmuzzled dogs to terrify and even attack prisoners to extract them from their cells. According to Human Rights Watch, no other country in the world authorizes the use of dogs to attack prisoners who will not voluntarily leave their cells.
Abu Ghraib at Home
Democracy Now


"crusher" said...

boy, that sounds rrrrrrrruff!

rich said...

Take a bite out of crime!