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A popular item sold at the Denver corrections convention was a hood marketed to keep prisoners who are handcuffed or otherwise restrained from spitting on or biting officers.
The day after prison chiefs admitted it costs pounds 85,000 a year to keep prisoners here inside compared to just pounds 30,000 in the rest of the UK, a new prisons ombudsman has been appointed.
But White House spokesman Scott McClellan said a UN Security Council resolution last week gave the US the right to keep prisoners for "security purposes".
This is a routine procedure and is not unusual as it is policy to keep prisoners in touch with their families.
Ziad al-Khasawneh, one of 20 Jordanian and foreign lawyers appointed by Saddam's wife, Sajidah, said the United States has no legal basis to keep prisoners, including Saddam, now that it has transferred authority to an interim Iraqi government.
We also helped build the guard shacks and the detention cages to keep prisoners in and reduce the number of soldiers that had to guard them.
It is now accepted by Government but I believe it to be unreasonable to keep prisoners in centres more than 50 miles away from their home and family.
Now diversity in California's two-man prison-transfer cells also trumps the need to keep prisoners safe.
It's not appropriate to keep prisoners there, it's not safe for them and it costs a huge amount of money and it keeps the police from doing their job properly.
The prison appears to offer no service to the public other than to keep prisoners in custody.
I am told that African countries can keep prisoners for a negligible cost, so how about it?
It's not appropriate to keep prisoners there,it's not safe for them and it costs a huge amount of money and it keeps the police from doing their job properly.