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Montana jail that once sought Guantanamo detainees filling empty beds with American Indians

HARDIN, Mont. — A Montana town that once offered to take in suspected terrorists from Guantanamo Bay out of desperation to fill an empty, $27 million jail has finally started to fill its cells with American Indian inmates from across the Northern Plains. The Two Rivers Regional Detention Facility in Hardin was built in 2007 on hopes it would boost an economically-depressed area of southeast Montana bordering the Crow Indian Reservation. [read the full story here]


Star Tribune, Thursday, October 9, 2014

tags: Prison Culture & Lifestyle, Minnesota

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