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We are surpassed only by Russia, which incarcerates roughly one of every 146 citizens.
The answer may surprise folks who spend a lot time watching crime-soaked nightly news reports or New York Undercover, but compared to other Western societies, which incarcerate at rates as much as 10 times below the U.
Bureau of Prisons' costs to incarcerate criminal aliens and reimburse state and local governments rose from $950 million in 2001 to $1.