Inmate Gets 37.5 Years in Solitary Confinement for 38 Facebook Posts

The South Carolina Department of Corrections has been bringing the hammer down hard on inmates who are caught posting to social networks, but are the punishments a bit over the top?

PrisonCellsThe South Carolina Department of Corrections has been bringing the hammer down hard on inmates who are caught posting to social networks, but are the punishments a bit over the top?

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