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“You might, if you weren't looking very hard, say the green-glass boxes of the Folkwang look like a cold store, and his giant complex of law courts in Barcelona are uncomfortably prison-like, as if defendants were guilty until proven innocent.”
“Jill Duffy of PIL said that five months after the deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, called it a moral outrage, children continued to be held in prison-like conditions.”
“According to a report issued by Human Rights First this week, even if ICE implements all its announced plans to open new civil detention facilities, more than 80 percent of immigration detainees will still be detained in prisons or prison-like facilities.”
“One official described it as bleak, almost prison-like in its austerity.”
“By 1900 the few surviving inhabitants were living in walled, prison-like compounds.”
“The Institute reported that workers, mostly migrants from South Asia, were subjected to sexual abuse along with wage theft and prison-like living conditions.”
“The Detention Watch Network, which graded DHS on each of its proposed reform initiatives, concluded that the agency has achieved minimal progress and has not substantively improved conditions for the nearly 400,000 immigrants detained every year under "cruel and unusual," prison-like conditions.”
“They are calling for the vast majority of asylum seekers to be moved into community detention rather than held in prison-like camps.”
“They are putting the monks and nuns in prison-like conditions, depriving them the opportunity to study and practise in peace.”
“In the end, these measures only make us neurotic and fearful, fail to make us safer, and render air travel an impractical and unpleasant prison-like experience.”
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