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Native American Activist Leonord Peltier in the Hellhole of Solitary Confinement

Descriptions of solitary confinement (and more broadly incarceration) as a tool to control outspoken/famous Indigenous activists 

From Solitary Watch:

"American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier has been removed from general population and placed into solitary confinement at USP Lewisburg since June 27th. The 66-year old inmate has been ordered to spend 6 months in solitary stemming from various petty infractions, according to his attorney, Robert R. Bryan."

Read the full article here.