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Aclu Not a Fan Of New Mississippi Mdoc Choice

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton ) — The executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Louisiana says Burl Cain left a legacy of corruption, cruelty and callous disregard for the human lives in his custody during 21 years as warden of Louisiana’s Angola penitentiary. In nominating Cain as state corrections commissioner Governor Tate Reeves said he has “zero reservations” about Cain’s work in Louisiana and that under Cain’s guidance Angola “went from beatings to Bible study.” In the weeks to come Cain will face confirmation hearings before the state Senate Corrections Committee and at least one hearing will be open to the public.

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