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Angola Angola used to be considered one of the most dangerous and bloodiest prisons in the United States until the mid-70s the federal courts regulated the prison to be safer The population of the prison is currently at 5108 inmates It sits on 18000 acres of land in West Feliciana Parish I found that the surrounding area was not what I thought that the area surrounding a prison would look like It was very unconvincing of one of the biggest and hardest prisons in the United States What we see of the prison is just the buildings and the farm We dont see the cells or the shackles The prison is divided into types of security maximum medium and minimum The maximum security prison is called CAMP J This is where the most dangerous prisoners are housed The prisoners are confined to their cells for 23 hours a day They get out for one hour a day to exercise and shower They are handcuffed and shackled while they are taken out of their cells We saw one of these prisoners while we were on the bus You could kind of tell that he does not have a lot of human contact because when we passed by he started waving to us even though his hands were shackled to his waist The minimum security prison is CAMP F This is where the trustees stay When we walked through CAMP F I really couldnt tell if these men where criminals or just regular people that you would find on the street They didnt react to us the way I thought they would react to us Most of them acted like gentlemen when we passed them The one thing that made me open my eyes to the fact that thes e men where both regular people and criminals was when the guy that talked to us walked past the building that we were in with a weedeater
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