WISDOM will have a life-size replica of a solitary confinement cell on hand.
More than 2,500 people in the United States are currently serving sentences of life without possibility of parole for crimes committed as juveniles. Being locked up until one dies may guarantee that a offender never harms another member of society. But is depriving a child of all hope of rehabilitation and release morally, ethically and financially viable? You may think you know the answer to this question, but check your assumptions with the facts in TakePart’s “Kids Locked Up for Life” infographic.
(Reuters) – Police in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, charged the parents of a 9-year-old autistic boy with homicide on Monday in their son’s starvation death in July.
Jarrod Tutko Jr. weighed just 16.9 pounds and measured 42 inches tall at the time of …