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Sentenced to prison without a crime: mental health patients locked up in New Hampshire

Douglas Butler was confused. He thought his son, Andrew Butler, had been transferred to another, more secure psychiatric hospital. But when he drove to the address of the secure psychiatric unit on the outskirts of New Hampshire’s capital of Concord, he couldn’t see anything that resembled a hospital. [read the full story here]

The Guardian, Friday, March 1, 2019

tags: General, New Hampshire



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