Seth Freed Wessler

The Nation; Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism

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Dozens of immigrant men have died under questionable circumstances at privatized federal prisons across the country, according to a new investigation in The Nation.

Health Care Lapses at Immigrant Prisons

Dozens of immigrant men have died under questionable circumstances at privatized federal prisons across the country, according to a new investigation in The Nation.

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