Sunday, March 1, 2009

Got it backwards...

CONCORD, N.H.—Corrections Commissioner William Wrenn says New Hampshire needs to do a better job keeping paroled inmates from returning to prison.

Wrenn says about 500 paroled inmates return every year for violating the terms of their release. Cutting that number could mean substantial savings, given that those inmates make up a large share of the 2,600 inmates in the entire state prison system.
Meanwhile...sane and common sense oriented individuals are saying that PAROLED INMATES NEED TO DO A BETTER JOB OPERATING WITHIN THE LAWS OF CIVILIZED SOCIETY.

New Hampshire just has to make the stay in the "big house" a little less hospitable. For example...fresh water will be available if it rains the night before.