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According to the report, the inmates had been disruptive one day, flooding their cells with water after they were asked to make their beds.
During the song, Ezra gets pummeled by his fellow inmates while Aria looks on in horror, and Mona presides over it all with the air of someone who definitely does not care if one of her charges ends up in the hospital.
The girl’s name is (hold on to something now) Mercy, and this instant smitten-ing comes at a very unusual place: outside the prison where an inmate is about to be executed.
The guard used his own pepper spray on the inmate, as well.
Today, women comprise 13 percent of the country's local jail population, and though policies change from state to state, horror stories about menstruating inmates abound—regardless of location.
Additional charges are pending for four inmates, according to the release.
At $70 a day — at minimum — to house an inmate, the effort has saved an estimated $6,790 in the first 10 weeks, according to the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office.
According to NBC News, California’s fire-fighting force is made up in part of about 3,800 inmates, including 200 women.
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