Department in denial that officers smuggle in drugs. Prisoner advocates cry foul.
MASS CONSIDERS LEGISLATION TO AID PRISONERS, ENCOURAGE FAMILY CONTACT
“When COVID first started, I didn’t hear from him. You don’t know what it feels like to not know if your loved one is alive or dead.”
FACING THE END ALONE
The second in a series profiling aging lifers seeking commutations from Mass prisons This is the second installment of Rolling Along as Long as It Lasts, a series of profiles and interviews from inside the Massachusetts Department of Correction. Published in coordination with the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, the series is written by Arnie King, who […]