‘Guantanamo North’ prison units in the Midwest are under fire for their harsh conditions. After 10 years, one man is still fighting his case.

Posted on AllSides December 6th, 2019
From The Center

At 13, Sara Jayyousi started a new lunchtime routine. Once a week, she’d rush to the cafeteria, buy lunch and take it to the school parking lot where her mom would be waiting in the car. She and her two sisters would sit in the backseat while her mom dialed the number for a special prison unit in Terre Haute, Indiana.

During those lunch periods, the Michigan family was using the 15 minutes a week they were allotted to speak to Sara’s dad. Afterward, Sara would return to class, stopping...

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