U.S. prison system a corporate-run “neo-slavery” trap

“(NaturalNews) Are U.S. prison systems really little more than institutions that foment and perpetuate “neo-slavery”? Award-winning journalist Chris Hedges believes so.

In a recent interview with investigative journalist Ben Swann, Hedges said that many inmates work eight hours a day for major corporations like Motorola, Chevron, Nordstrom’s and Target, but only earn up to $1.25 an hour. Also, he maintains, companies that provide services like phone calls to inmates often overcharge them for even the most basic of services, earning them hundreds of millions of dollars per year.”
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