Katie Mulvaney who is a staff writer at the Providence Journal wrote the article below. She seems to buy into what government officials tell her, rather than investigating and reporting a more realistic view of the story.
This is the same fake hysteria they just used in PA to deny the inmates their mail and books so they could justify the hiring a processing company in Florida, at the cost of 4 million a year to process the mail. This is because they want to privatize all communications and reading material so the prison industrial complex can profit even more off mass incarceration. So far not one inmate or correctional officer has tested positive for fentanyl at either of these prisons, yet the hysteria is being promoted by the media.
What I find amazing is that “You Can’t Overdose on Fentanyl by Touching It “
While the prison industrial complex has been profiting for decades off their phone system nationwide, that they seem to have a monopoly over; In 2017 Coyote RI uncovered another scam that was created to increase profits for the prison industrial complex. Its called Jpay
For decades jails and prisons throughout the US allowed people to mail in money orders to be deposited to inmates accounts. Yet now you have to send the money order to a processing company in FL who takes up to 3 weeks to deposit the funds to the inmate’s account. However, you go online and use Jpay, and pay them 5.95 the inmates account if created within 48 hours.
Other examples of how the government sees the lives of inmates as subhuman and they show no concern for their health and safety.