Strange, isolation is the only way to stop 99% of crime inside prison.
Everyone should be isolated, duh. That way they can't conspire or "do stuff" together as much.
That way we can pinpoint the corrupt guards easier too.
Look, everyone has a right to isolation for their own safety while incarcerated, and they do not have a right to consort with other criminals all day
to syndicate. What the hell?!
And yes, forcing prisoners to work is by definition slavery. That's the traditional pool from which slaves are drawn from, prisoners.
What do you folks know about 'chain gangs' and how it was used to replace the labor force that disappeared after the end of the civil war?
That's one of the biggest conspiracies going by the way.
Convincing the average person that "slavery" was abolished.
It wasn't, it just changed forms and changed names.
Even outside of prison in the so called 'free world', "human resources" companies like Adecco
totally get paid merely for running a "voluntary" slave exchange operation.
This is an abuse of power (in prison) because what if some of the 'prisoners' are innocent? It's pretty commonplace to have wrongly accused taking
the fall while the real criminals remain on the loose. This system isn't even working to create significant incentive to prevent crime, nor is it
even capable of leveraging pressure adequately against the right individuals in the pursuit of justice.
Also we can consider it a cruel and unusual punishment. Whereas isolation is a just and rightful punishment, as it protects the individual in the case
they are innocent and allows them to build their legal case in a more speedy and direct manner.
I would laugh though honestly if that was my two choices, isolation or slavery?
Isolation of course, that's obvious. This system is so backwards now that any halfway intelligent person can easily navigate through the majority of
these ridiculous problems, once they accept the underlying nonsensical nature of it all and use that to their advantage.
I keep thinking it's like that movie Idiocracy.
It appears in each of these cases the servitude is entirely voluntary.
It's like all they had to do was dumb everyone down just enough, then give them two options, and watch the vast majority of them make the wrong
decision based on false pretense and human nature (desire to be gregarious).
And then watch the profits roll in....