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Supermax Prisons are Super-Maximum Security Units which house the most dangerous criminals in the United States.

Supermax Prisons are Super-Maximum Security Units which house the most dangerous criminals in the United States.

Under Fire, the Federal Bureau of Prisons Audits Its Use of Solitary Confinement—and Buys a New Supermax Prison

Under Fire, the Federal Bureau of Prisons Audits Its Use of Solitary Confinement——and Buys a New Supermax Prison - Solitary Watch

How a 1983 Murder Created America's Terrible Supermax-Prison Culture

How a 1983 Murder Created America's Terrible Supermax-Prison Culture

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Top 10 Supermax Prisons in The World

Which are Supermax Prisons in The World? There are some most secure prisons with extreme measures of security. Escape is almost impossible from them.

Wing A of Housing Unit 1 at ADX/USP Thomson, New Federal Supermax Prison

Wing A of Housing Unit 1 at ADX/USP Thomson, New Federal Supermax Prison

Lovesick clown | Supermax Prisoners In Solitary Were Given One Photo Request — This Is What They Asked For   http://www.buzzfeed.com/justinesharrock/supermax-solitary-prisoners-in-solitary-were-given-one-photo

Supermax Prisoners In Solitary Were Given One Photo Request — This Is What They Asked For

Prisoners at Tamms Supermax Prison Get Invited To Request A Photo of Anything in the World

Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso RAT Feared underboss of the Lucchese family. He was arrested in 1993, and pleaded guilty to a 72-count federal indictment for murder, racketeering and extortion. After initially cooperating with authorities, he was booted out of the federal witness protection program in 1997 after prosecutors contended that he had lied and committed crimes while he was a cooperating witness. In 1998, he received a 455-year sentence and was sent to the "supermax" prison in Florence…

Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso RAT Feared underboss of the Lucchese family. He was arrested in 1993, and pleaded guilty to a 72-count federal indictment for murder, racketeering and extortion. After initially cooperating with authorities, he was booted out of the federal witness protection program in 1997 after prosecutors contended that he had lied and committed crimes while he was a cooperating witness. In 1998, he received a 455-year sentence and was sent to the "supermax" prison in Florence…

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See what life is like for inmates inside a Supermax prison.

Prediction of Long-Term Outcomes in Young Adults with a History of Adolescent Alcohol-Related Hospitalization.

Prediction of Long-Term Outcomes in Young Adults with a History of Adolescent Alcohol-Related Hospitalization.

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Colorado Supermax Prison Cell SIZE seems sufficient for homeless permanent shelter until folks can get on their feet.  Just enough space to live and store your stuff, stay clean and dry.

Colorado Supermax Prison Cell SIZE seems sufficient for homeless permanent shelter until folks can get on their feet. Just enough space to live and store your stuff, stay clean and dry.

Feds to Open New Supermax Prison Cells at "Gitmo North"

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Alcatraz of the Rockies: The supermax prison where Abu Hamza is going

Alcatraz of the Rockies: The supermax prison where Abu Hamza is going

Supermax Prison, Florence, Scary Places, Colorado

Celebrity mobster moved out of Supermax prison in Colorado

Celebrity mobster moved out of Supermax prison in Colorado

Vincent 'Vinnie Gorgeous' Basciano, was sent to serve multiple life sentences in the Colorado Supermax before recently transferring to a less severe but still high security facility next to it.

Arizona Opens New $50M Supermax Prison; New Report Denounces State’s Use of Solitary Confinement | Solitary Watch

Arizona Opens New $50M Supermax Prison; New Report Denounces State’s Use of Solitary Confinement | Solitary Watch