The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has a disturbing new report out exposing what life is like for America’s death row inmates.
Most of America’s death row inmates live alone in tiny cells for 22 to 24 hours a day with little or no physical contact or natural light, in what the ACLU calls “a death before dying.” In America, 142 innocent people have endured this utterly depressing life on death row before finally being freed.
One of those innocent people, Anthony Graves, said death-row isolation literally drives inmates crazy.
These photos provide a glimpse into what life is like on death row in Texas:
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