OOPS: Private Prison Forced to Close by Biden Admin, No Place to Put Inmates

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Maybe we can just turn them loose in Nancy Pelosi's district (or in the areas where Joe Biden owns homes)....

OOPS: Private Prison Forced to Close by Biden Admin, No Place to Put Inmates - Conservative Daily News


A private prison is struggling to find facilities to take in nearly 800 inmates before its contract with the federal government expires in three months, Cleveland.com reported.

CoreCivic operates the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown, Ohio, through a contract with the U.S. Marshals Service that expired Sunday, Cleveland.com reported. The company received a three-month extension while it weighs options for current detainees, but it doesn’t expect the contract to be renewed beyond then.

There are “no safe or logistically viable alternatives for the Marshals Service,” CoreCivic said in a statement, Cleveland.com reported.


Since the early 2000s, CoreCivic has contracted with the U.S. Marshals Service to house inmates awaiting trial or sentencing in Youngstown, Akron and Cleveland, Cleveland.com reported.

Inmates were previously held at county and city jails that received federal funding through local budgets, according to Cleveland.com.

The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center, a private prison facility, has performed a majority of the pretrial detention services for federal courts in the area and is one of three private facilities that contracts with the state government, Cleveland.com reported.

“The President’s Executive Order of Jan. 26, 2021, regarding the use of private prisons, is currently under review by the U.S. Marshals Service, in close coordination with the Department of Justice,” U.S. Marshals Spokesperson Lynzey Donahue told the Daily Caller News Foundation.


President Joe Biden directed the Department of Justice to phase out contracts with privately-operated prisons on Jan. 26, the Associated Press reported. Over 14,000 inmates of the 152,000 who are federally incarcerated are being held in private detention facilities.

“This is a first step to stop corporations from profiting off of incarceration,” Biden said, the AP reported.

Officials are reportedly concerned that there may not be enough detention beds available to relocate inmates in northeast Ohio, according to Cleveland.com. The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center also holds around 850 people from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

“There are concerns about our ability to effectively represent our clients if they are moved outside the district,” the federal public defender for northern Ohio, Stephen Newman, said, Cleveland.com reported. “Access to our clients is very important.”

Cleveland criminal defense and civil rights attorney Terry Gilbert said “if you don’t have a substitute plan, then you have a problem,” Cleveland.com reported. “If they are going to terminate the contract, they better have some place that is safe – with health care, mental health and other programs, as well as access to private attorney visitation rooms.”
 

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There is a basement in the white house...put them there...along with the 100 covid positive illegal aliens Joe turned loose into my and your towns....even the most hard core Trump haters will miss president Trump in 3 years...mark my words...
 

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Maybe we can just turn them loose in Nancy Pelosi's district (or in the areas where Joe Biden owns homes)....

OOPS: Private Prison Forced to Close by Biden Admin, No Place to Put Inmates - Conservative Daily News


A private prison is struggling to find facilities to take in nearly 800 inmates before its contract with the federal government expires in three months, Cleveland.com reported.

CoreCivic operates the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown, Ohio, through a contract with the U.S. Marshals Service that expired Sunday, Cleveland.com reported. The company received a three-month extension while it weighs options for current detainees, but it doesn’t expect the contract to be renewed beyond then.

There are “no safe or logistically viable alternatives for the Marshals Service,” CoreCivic said in a statement, Cleveland.com reported.


Since the early 2000s, CoreCivic has contracted with the U.S. Marshals Service to house inmates awaiting trial or sentencing in Youngstown, Akron and Cleveland, Cleveland.com reported.

Inmates were previously held at county and city jails that received federal funding through local budgets, according to Cleveland.com.

The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center, a private prison facility, has performed a majority of the pretrial detention services for federal courts in the area and is one of three private facilities that contracts with the state government, Cleveland.com reported.

“The President’s Executive Order of Jan. 26, 2021, regarding the use of private prisons, is currently under review by the U.S. Marshals Service, in close coordination with the Department of Justice,” U.S. Marshals Spokesperson Lynzey Donahue told the Daily Caller News Foundation.


President Joe Biden directed the Department of Justice to phase out contracts with privately-operated prisons on Jan. 26, the Associated Press reported. Over 14,000 inmates of the 152,000 who are federally incarcerated are being held in private detention facilities.

“This is a first step to stop corporations from profiting off of incarceration,” Biden said, the AP reported.

Officials are reportedly concerned that there may not be enough detention beds available to relocate inmates in northeast Ohio, according to Cleveland.com. The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center also holds around 850 people from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

“There are concerns about our ability to effectively represent our clients if they are moved outside the district,” the federal public defender for northern Ohio, Stephen Newman, said, Cleveland.com reported. “Access to our clients is very important.”

Cleveland criminal defense and civil rights attorney Terry Gilbert said “if you don’t have a substitute plan, then you have a problem,” Cleveland.com reported. “If they are going to terminate the contract, they better have some place that is safe – with health care, mental health and other programs, as well as access to private attorney visitation rooms.”
So the Covid was a fake Democrat thing then, because every move Biden makes flies in the face of Covid safety. Yeah that's right, just cram the inmates in with other inmates (over crowding), while dealing with a pandemic. Either that or let them free to commit more crime like the dumb aces did trying to keep inmates from getting Covid.

You can't make this stuff up folks. Democrats are a fraud period.
 

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Maybe we can just turn them loose in Nancy Pelosi's district (or in the areas where Joe Biden owns homes)....

OOPS: Private Prison Forced to Close by Biden Admin, No Place to Put Inmates - Conservative Daily News


A private prison is struggling to find facilities to take in nearly 800 inmates before its contract with the federal government expires in three months, Cleveland.com reported.

CoreCivic operates the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown, Ohio, through a contract with the U.S. Marshals Service that expired Sunday, Cleveland.com reported. The company received a three-month extension while it weighs options for current detainees, but it doesn’t expect the contract to be renewed beyond then.

There are “no safe or logistically viable alternatives for the Marshals Service,” CoreCivic said in a statement, Cleveland.com reported.


Since the early 2000s, CoreCivic has contracted with the U.S. Marshals Service to house inmates awaiting trial or sentencing in Youngstown, Akron and Cleveland, Cleveland.com reported.

Inmates were previously held at county and city jails that received federal funding through local budgets, according to Cleveland.com.

The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center, a private prison facility, has performed a majority of the pretrial detention services for federal courts in the area and is one of three private facilities that contracts with the state government, Cleveland.com reported.

“The President’s Executive Order of Jan. 26, 2021, regarding the use of private prisons, is currently under review by the U.S. Marshals Service, in close coordination with the Department of Justice,” U.S. Marshals Spokesperson Lynzey Donahue told the Daily Caller News Foundation.


President Joe Biden directed the Department of Justice to phase out contracts with privately-operated prisons on Jan. 26, the Associated Press reported. Over 14,000 inmates of the 152,000 who are federally incarcerated are being held in private detention facilities.

“This is a first step to stop corporations from profiting off of incarceration,” Biden said, the AP reported.

Officials are reportedly concerned that there may not be enough detention beds available to relocate inmates in northeast Ohio, according to Cleveland.com. The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center also holds around 850 people from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

“There are concerns about our ability to effectively represent our clients if they are moved outside the district,” the federal public defender for northern Ohio, Stephen Newman, said, Cleveland.com reported. “Access to our clients is very important.”

Cleveland criminal defense and civil rights attorney Terry Gilbert said “if you don’t have a substitute plan, then you have a problem,” Cleveland.com reported. “If they are going to terminate the contract, they better have some place that is safe – with health care, mental health and other programs, as well as access to private attorney visitation rooms.”
So the Covid was a fake Democrat thing then, because every move Biden makes flies in the face of Covid safety. Yeah that's right, just cram the inmates in with other inmates (over crowding), while dealing with a pandemic. Either that or let them free to commit more crime like the dumb aces did trying to keep inmates from getting Covid.

You can't make this stuff up folks. Democrats are a fraud period.

Remember never let a crisis go by. Demovrats always use crises to their advantage or create a crisis...
 

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In America, this sort of thing never happened.

But America died and is gone. In it's place a 3rd world utopia is rising where nothing is fair or makes sense.

So we're all good.
 

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The gov had been trying to end private prisons for some time, but the republicans start them up again. They had a drastic record with inmate abuses.
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

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I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
That doesn't explain why the prison needed to get a three month extension on the federal contract. Also, state prisons are under no obligation to accept federal prisoners...
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
That doesn't explain why the prison needed to get a three month extension on the federal contract. Also, state prisons are under no obligation to accept federal prisoners...
Since they are federal prisoners, they can be housed anywhere in any FDC or State. Again...not a problem. And as you've just proven the unhinged BEDS-feuled whining would continue
 

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Maybe we can just turn them loose in Nancy Pelosi's district (or in the areas where Joe Biden owns homes)....

OOPS: Private Prison Forced to Close by Biden Admin, No Place to Put Inmates - Conservative Daily News


A private prison is struggling to find facilities to take in nearly 800 inmates before its contract with the federal government expires in three months, Cleveland.com reported.

CoreCivic operates the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown, Ohio, through a contract with the U.S. Marshals Service that expired Sunday, Cleveland.com reported. The company received a three-month extension while it weighs options for current detainees, but it doesn’t expect the contract to be renewed beyond then.

There are “no safe or logistically viable alternatives for the Marshals Service,” CoreCivic said in a statement, Cleveland.com reported.


Since the early 2000s, CoreCivic has contracted with the U.S. Marshals Service to house inmates awaiting trial or sentencing in Youngstown, Akron and Cleveland, Cleveland.com reported.

Inmates were previously held at county and city jails that received federal funding through local budgets, according to Cleveland.com.

The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center, a private prison facility, has performed a majority of the pretrial detention services for federal courts in the area and is one of three private facilities that contracts with the state government, Cleveland.com reported.

“The President’s Executive Order of Jan. 26, 2021, regarding the use of private prisons, is currently under review by the U.S. Marshals Service, in close coordination with the Department of Justice,” U.S. Marshals Spokesperson Lynzey Donahue told the Daily Caller News Foundation.


President Joe Biden directed the Department of Justice to phase out contracts with privately-operated prisons on Jan. 26, the Associated Press reported. Over 14,000 inmates of the 152,000 who are federally incarcerated are being held in private detention facilities.

“This is a first step to stop corporations from profiting off of incarceration,” Biden said, the AP reported.

Officials are reportedly concerned that there may not be enough detention beds available to relocate inmates in northeast Ohio, according to Cleveland.com. The Northeast Ohio Correctional Center also holds around 850 people from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

“There are concerns about our ability to effectively represent our clients if they are moved outside the district,” the federal public defender for northern Ohio, Stephen Newman, said, Cleveland.com reported. “Access to our clients is very important.”

Cleveland criminal defense and civil rights attorney Terry Gilbert said “if you don’t have a substitute plan, then you have a problem,” Cleveland.com reported. “If they are going to terminate the contract, they better have some place that is safe – with health care, mental health and other programs, as well as access to private attorney visitation rooms.”
Yes!

Bus them to San Francisco!!
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
State prisons and Federal prisons are two different things

We have used private prisons, long, long, long before Trump.....actually going back to the days just after the Revolutionary War.

Trump actually helped lower the inmate population with his 1st Step Act, they got massively full due to Biden/Clinton's racist 1994 Crime Bill. Since 2017, we have seen a decline in the Federal prisoners in private prisons U.S. private prison population has declined in recent years

This rash move by Biden was short sided and lead to this. I have no problem with ending a relationship with them, but Biden should have made plans first to phase it out.
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
State prisons and Federal prisons are two different things

We have used private prisons, long, long, long before Trump.....actually going back to the days just after the Revolutionary War.

Trump actually helped lower the inmate population with his 1st Step Act, they got massively full due to Biden/Clinton's racist 1994 Crime Bill. Since 2017, we have seen a decline in the Federal prisoners in private prisons U.S. private prison population has declined in recent years

This rash move by Biden was short sided and lead to this. I have no problem with ending a relationship with them, but Biden should have made plans first to phase it out.
BDS...it's the new pandemic!
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
State prisons and Federal prisons are two different things

We have used private prisons, long, long, long before Trump.....actually going back to the days just after the Revolutionary War.

Trump actually helped lower the inmate population with his 1st Step Act, they got massively full due to Biden/Clinton's racist 1994 Crime Bill. Since 2017, we have seen a decline in the Federal prisoners in private prisons U.S. private prison population has declined in recent years

This rash move by Biden was short sided and lead to this. I have no problem with ending a relationship with them, but Biden should have made plans first to phase it out.
BDS...it's the new pandemic!
It's not a pandemic....but certainly an unnecessary problem, due to lack of leadership, and foresight.
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
State prisons and Federal prisons are two different things

We have used private prisons, long, long, long before Trump.....actually going back to the days just after the Revolutionary War.

Trump actually helped lower the inmate population with his 1st Step Act, they got massively full due to Biden/Clinton's racist 1994 Crime Bill. Since 2017, we have seen a decline in the Federal prisoners in private prisons U.S. private prison population has declined in recent years

This rash move by Biden was short sided and lead to this. I have no problem with ending a relationship with them, but Biden should have made plans first to phase it out.
BDS...it's the new pandemic!
It's not a pandemic....but certainly an unnecessary problem, due to lack of leadership, and foresight.
I agree and IMO private prisons are the way to go.

Upkeep is on whoever runs the prison, not the state.
 

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The whole movement to privatize every public service was one of the most stupid ideas ever to be perpetrated. The was abuse, waste, and fraud at these institutions and among the people who run them with no oversight. The prisons are the worst because inmates have no chance of avoiding abuse. But the privatization of other public services, like hospitals, also has been a disaster.
 

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The whole movement to privatize every public service was one of the most stupid ideas ever to be perpetrated. The was abuse, waste, and fraud at these institutions and among the people who run them with no oversight. The prisons are the worst because inmates have no chance of avoiding abuse. But the privatization of other public services, like hospitals, also has been a disaster.
I don't know.....let's take a look at the ranking of Hospitals in the USA

Oh, the top ten are all private....interesting
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
State prisons and Federal prisons are two different things

We have used private prisons, long, long, long before Trump.....actually going back to the days just after the Revolutionary War.

Trump actually helped lower the inmate population with his 1st Step Act, they got massively full due to Biden/Clinton's racist 1994 Crime Bill. Since 2017, we have seen a decline in the Federal prisoners in private prisons U.S. private prison population has declined in recent years

This rash move by Biden was short sided and lead to this. I have no problem with ending a relationship with them, but Biden should have made plans first to phase it out.
BDS...it's the new pandemic!
It's not a pandemic....but certainly an unnecessary problem, due to lack of leadership, and foresight.
I agree and IMO private prisons are the way to go.

Upkeep is on whoever runs the prison, not the state.
Dumbest
Idea
Ever.
 

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Plenty of jail space in Ohio. Non-story.
Then how is it they can't find anywhere for the inmates to go?
Is that what you believe.

View attachment 464017

I'll put it to you like this.

Trump sat it up to where private industries can make money off of federal prisoners. A private prison got paid to house inmates.

Biden put an end to it and the inmates that are currently being held in the private for-profit prison will be moved to state facilities. Its not going to be a problem. I'm sure the unhinged BDS-feuled whining will continue.
State prisons and Federal prisons are two different things

We have used private prisons, long, long, long before Trump.....actually going back to the days just after the Revolutionary War.

Trump actually helped lower the inmate population with his 1st Step Act, they got massively full due to Biden/Clinton's racist 1994 Crime Bill. Since 2017, we have seen a decline in the Federal prisoners in private prisons U.S. private prison population has declined in recent years

This rash move by Biden was short sided and lead to this. I have no problem with ending a relationship with them, but Biden should have made plans first to phase it out.
BDS...it's the new pandemic!
It's not a pandemic....but certainly an unnecessary problem, due to lack of leadership, and foresight.
I agree and IMO private prisons are the way to go.

Upkeep is on whoever runs the prison, not the state.
Dumbest
Idea
Ever.
Not dumb at all. Prisons cost money to run. Let a private company run the prisons. Overhead is their problem. Not the States. A flat fee is paid by the State and whoever owns the private company pays for upkeep.
 

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