"unnecessary, indecent and inhumane suffering"

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For a few weeks, the men of the Pelican Bay SHU ceased to be invisible. They forced the media and the public to bear witness to their torment, and see long-term solitary confinement for what it is: one of the most pressing domestic human rights issues of our time...

NY Times Heeds a Cry from the Depths of Pelican Bay Prison

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