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Bettina's father does not want vengeance but feels obliged to work to reincarcerate the savage man who murdered his daughter.
I'm broke as a church mouse," he explained, and the Bureau of Prisons can reincarcerate him if he becomes ill and cannot pay for his medical care.
138) In that light, applying the rule would turn the parole revocation process into "trial-like proceedings" that would neglect the needs of the parolee and encourage parole boards to reincarcerate parolees rather than tolerate marginal infractions.