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Murderers laugh in state 'play' pen

Andrea Peyser has this story, with the above headline, in the New York Post.

From Sing Sing to San Quentin, they're laughing at us. And still, punishment abolitionists (including a good number of university professors) are pushing for more prisoners' rights and an even cushier time in the can.

Wardens say they're nice to the worst offenders because it keeps them quiet and makes prison life easier. Which explains why many cons prefer being inside.

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