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Jewish Ginsburg finally dead. Trump Says It's Time For Catholics To Seize Power & Rule The USA
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Red Bellows
2020-09-19 18:46:55 UTC
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That makes sense. They knew Trump's victory would secure the SC for
conservatives.
I can't wait for the supreme court to take away more rights from the stupid
American slave sheeple. Just as long as they have enough guns to kill men,
women and children with, they'll feel secure as the right rapes them up the
ass. When Trump's in prison, his ass will be bleeding and shit will be all
over the place. Feeble old white men like Barr or Trump will be excellent
pickings in the big house.


Prison rape commonly refers to the rape of inmates in prison by other inmates
or prison staff. In 2001, Human Rights Watch estimated that at least 4.3
million inmates had been raped while incarcerated in the United States.[1] A
United States Department of Justice report, Sexual Victimization in Prisons
and Jails Reported by Inmates, states that "In 2011–12, an estimated 4.0% of
state and federal prison inmates and 3.2% of jail inmates reported
experiencing one or more incidents of sexual victimization by another inmate
or facility staff in the past 12 months or since admission to the facility,
if less than 12 months."[2] However, advocates dispute the accuracy of the
numbers, saying they seem to under-report the real numbers of sexual assaults
in prison, especially among juveniles.[3]

A meta-analysis published in 2004 found a prevalence rate of 1.91% with a 95%
confidence interval between 1.37–2.46%.[4] In a survey of 1,788 male inmates
in Midwestern prisons by Prison Journal, about 21% claimed they had been
coerced or pressured into sexual activity during their incarceration, and 7%
claimed that they had been raped in their current facility
Red Bellows
2020-11-10 20:45:17 UTC
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Prison rape commonly refers to the rape of inmates in prison by other inmates
or prison staff. In 2001, Human Rights Watch estimated that at least 4.3
million inmates had been raped while incarcerated in the United States.[1] A
United States Department of Justice report, Sexual Victimization in Prisons
and Jails Reported by Inmates, states that "In 2011–12, an estimated 4.0% of
state and federal prison inmates and 3.2% of jail inmates reported
experiencing one or more incidents of sexual victimization by another inmate
or facility staff in the past 12 months or since admission to the facility,
if less than 12 months."[2] However, advocates dispute the accuracy of the
numbers, saying they seem to under-report the real numbers of sexual assaults
in prison, especially among juveniles.[3]

A meta-analysis published in 2004 found a prevalence rate of 1.91% with a 95%
confidence interval between 1.37–2.46%.[4] In a survey of 1,788 male inmates
in Midwestern prisons by Prison Journal, about 21% claimed they had been
coerced or pressured into sexual activity during their incarceration, and 7%
claimed that they had been raped in their current facility
Red Bellows
2021-03-01 21:55:42 UTC
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Prison rape commonly refers to the rape of inmates in prison by other inmates
or prison staff. In 2001, Human Rights Watch estimated that at least 4.3
million inmates had been raped while incarcerated in the United States.[1] A
United States Department of Justice report, Sexual Victimization in Prisons
and Jails Reported by Inmates, states that "In 2011–12, an estimated 4.0% of
state and federal prison inmates and 3.2% of jail inmates reported
experiencing one or more incidents of sexual victimization by another inmate
or facility staff in the past 12 months or since admission to the facility,
if less than 12 months."[2] However, advocates dispute the accuracy of the
numbers, saying they seem to under-report the real numbers of sexual assaults
in prison, especially among juveniles.[3]

A meta-analysis published in 2004 found a prevalence rate of 1.91% with a 95%
confidence interval between 1.37–2.46%.[4] In a survey of 1,788 male inmates
in Midwestern prisons by Prison Journal, about 21% claimed they had been
coerced or pressured into sexual activity during their incarceration, and 7%
claimed that they had been raped in their current facility
Red Bellows
2021-03-21 01:24:33 UTC
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Prison rape commonly refers to the rape of inmates in prison by other inmates
or prison staff. In 2001, Human Rights Watch estimated that at least 4.3
million inmates had been raped while incarcerated in the United States.[1] A
United States Department of Justice report, Sexual Victimization in Prisons
and Jails Reported by Inmates, states that "In 2011–12, an estimated 4.0% of
state and federal prison inmates and 3.2% of jail inmates reported
experiencing one or more incidents of sexual victimization by another inmate
or facility staff in the past 12 months or since admission to the facility,
if less than 12 months."[2] However, advocates dispute the accuracy of the
numbers, saying they seem to under-report the real numbers of sexual assaults
in prison, especially among juveniles.[3]

A meta-analysis published in 2004 found a prevalence rate of 1.91% with a 95%
confidence interval between 1.37–2.46%.[4] In a survey of 1,788 male inmates
in Midwestern prisons by Prison Journal, about 21% claimed they had been
coerced or pressured into sexual activity during their incarceration, and 7%
claimed that they had been raped in their current facility
Red Bellows
2021-05-03 21:47:26 UTC
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Prison rape commonly refers to the rape of inmates in prison by other inmates
or prison staff. In 2001, Human Rights Watch estimated that at least 4.3
million inmates had been raped while incarcerated in the United States.[1] A
United States Department of Justice report, Sexual Victimization in Prisons
and Jails Reported by Inmates, states that "In 2011–12, an estimated 4.0% of
state and federal prison inmates and 3.2% of jail inmates reported
experiencing one or more incidents of sexual victimization by another inmate
or facility staff in the past 12 months or since admission to the facility,
if less than 12 months."[2] However, advocates dispute the accuracy of the
numbers, saying they seem to under-report the real numbers of sexual assaults
in prison, especially among juveniles.[3]

A meta-analysis published in 2004 found a prevalence rate of 1.91% with a 95%
confidence interval between 1.37–2.46%.[4] In a survey of 1,788 male inmates
in Midwestern prisons by Prison Journal, about 21% claimed they had been
coerced or pressured into sexual activity during their incarceration, and 7%
claimed that they had been raped in their current facility

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