The Prison Industry in the United States

Human rights organizations, as well as political and social ones, are condemning what they are calling a new form of inhumane exploitation in the United States, where they say a prison population of up to 2 million – mostly Black and Hispanic – are working for various industries for a pittance. For the tycoons who have invested in the prison industry, it has been like finding a pot of gold. They don’t have to worry about strikes or paying unemployment insurance, vacations or comp time. All of their workers are full-time, and never arrive late or are absent because of family problems; moreover,
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Bryon Gross
Rochester, New York
Personal Injury

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Bryon W. Gross has practiced law in Massachusetts (1991), Connecticut (1992), D.C. (1998) and New York (1999). Further, he is also admitted to numerous Federal Courts.