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oh boy... multiple federal law enforcement officials say that depending on what the judge overseeing today’s detention & removal hearing & the Bureau of Prisons determine, Ghislane Maxwell could be housed at MCC in New York – the same jail where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself

A group of inmates at the federal prison in Butner have dropped a lawsuit that said their rights were violated by the Bureau of Prisons COVID-19 response.

NEW: A 68-year-old Colombian man who was being held in a federal lock-up in Miami as he awaited trial on drug-trafficking charges has died of COVID-19, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

The response of the federal Bureau of Prisons to the pandemic in its facilities has been dysfunctional to the point of cruelty, writes the editorial board

An investigation by @reason  has identified three deaths from alleged medical neglect at FCI Aliceville, a federal women's prison. Current and former inmates say it's routine, but the Bureau of Prisons won't talk about it.

A Reason investigation has identified three deaths from alleged medical neglect at a federal women's prison. The Bureau of Prisons listed the cause of death in all three cases as "natural causes."

A Reason investigation has identified three deaths from alleged medical neglect at FCI Aliceville, a federal women's prison. Current and former inmates say it's routine, but the Bureau of Prisons won't talk about it

Good news! The federal Bureau of Prisons reports that all inmates at FCI Elkton have been tested & currently has no symptomatic cases. Since April I’ve urged BOP to test all inmates there & spoke with officials repeatedly about the situation over the last few months.

BlackPoint Distribution had no website until April & no experience in federal contracting. It won a $2.4 million contract to supply surgical gowns to the Bureau of Prisons in May. The founder describes himself as "a volunteer at the White House."

Also, @keribla  & @keegan_hamilton  take us through a comprehensive look at the sickening cruelty federal Bureau of Prisons has shown in the face of #COVID19  including the #OITNB  lockup where I did my time.

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BREAKING: For the first time in nearly two decades, the federal government will resume executions. Attorney General William Barr is directing the Bureau of Prisons to change protocols effectively clearing the way towards resuming capital punishment in the federal system.

Members of the bureau of federal prisons special operations response team form a perimeter outside the White House. It’s 7:40am, and there are no protests happening.

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@maddow : "The Bureau of Prisons sending corrections officers from federal prisons in Texas to walk the streets of Washington, carrying guns ... that is unsettling enough. That was not even on my apocalyptic bingo card."

@maddow : "The Bureau of Prisons sending corrections officers from federal prisons in Texas to walk the streets of Washington, carrying guns ... that is unsettling enough. That was not even on my apocalyptic bingo card."

Not officially confirmed, but an informed source tells me those mysterious, unmarked soldiers now deployed against American citizens are Special Ops Disturbance Control Teams from the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

He fears the election because he knows if he loses he may well be going to jail. So he turns the White House into a prison protected by federal bureau of prisons guards.

Yesterday I announced I’m calling for the Federal Bureau of Prisons to release low-risk incarcerated individuals. Not only will it help keep those vulnerable safer from coronavirus, it’s the right thing to do.

New York City is sending trucks with hundreds of blankets and hand warmers to the Metropolitan Detention Center NOW and generators are being readied for transport. We've told the Federal Bureau of Prisons the supplies are coming – whether they like it or not.

BREAKING: We're suing and the Federal Bureau of Prisons for inhumanely detaining immigrants in federal prisons. They’ve created a human rights crisis by denying adequate medical care and food, and violating their rights to religious freedom.

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