Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Looking at life in prison as Vt. inmates 'warehoused’ in Michigan

“You’d be hard pressed to find anyone here who wants to go back to Vermont,” said inmate Adam Corliss,  a native of Springfield.


Vermont Prison System Out of Step With the Rest of New England
Strange as it may sound, Adam Corliss, who was sentenced to 50 years to life for first-degree murder in 1995, is among the more fortunate Vermont inmates at the North Lake Correctional Facility in Baldwin, Mich.



  1. You'd be hard pressed to find a murder victim who would have wanted to end up in the cemetery.

  2. Perhaps in parts 2 or 3 of the article, the journalist could interview the victims and see what their feeling is toward those locked up in MI. If you don't want to suffer the penalty, don't do the crime. Pretty simple. How long does rehab take to learn that lesson?

  3. More of liberal urinalism's "Orange is the New Black" tribute to the offenders. More politically correct trash intended to achieve moral equivalency for the criminal element.

  4. so glad they are being treated so well,while we have veteran's and homeless kids living on the streets and the elderly not knowing if the have to make a choice of eating or heating their home's


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