Aerial photograph of the Lee Adjustment Center, owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America, now known as CoreCivic, following a riot in 2004. Inmates took partial control of the medium-security prison and set fires before authorities regained control.
Aerial photograph of the Lee Adjustment Center, owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America, now known as CoreCivic, following a riot in 2004. Inmates took partial control of the medium-security prison and set fires before authorities regained control. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Aerial photograph of the Lee Adjustment Center, owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America, now known as CoreCivic, following a riot in 2004. Inmates took partial control of the medium-security prison and set fires before authorities regained control. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Private prison no solution

November 21, 2017 07:47 PM