Where my reformist negros?<br><br>”Greene County’s program has raised major red flags and caution that the crowded conditions could be considered inhumane, The Springfield News-Leader reported.<br><br>Greene County heralded the program as the first of its kind when it launched about a year ago. County officials said it was a temporary, cost-effective solution to the jail crowding that had plagued the county for more than a decade.<br><br>The operation currently includes six 52-foot semi-trailers in a parking lot that are surrounded by a chain-link fence. The trailers currently house 108 men, meaning each man has space that amounts to less than half the size of a ping-pong table. Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott estimates the most of the men have been charged with a crime and are awaiting trial or another official declaration of innocence or guilt.<br><br>The creator of the trailer jail, All Detainment Solutions, has since secured a multimillion-dollar contract for a similar project in Idaho.”

Where my reformist negros?

"Greene County’s program has raised major red flags and caution that the crowded conditions could be considered inhumane, The Springfield News-Leader reported.

Greene County heralded the program as the first of its kind when it launched about a year ago. County officials said it was a temporary, cost-effective solution to the jail crowding that had plagued the county for more than a decade.

The operation currently includes six 52-foot semi-trailers in a parking lot that are surrounded by a chain-link fence. The trailers currently house 108 men, meaning each man has space that amounts to less than half the size of a ping-pong table. Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott estimates the most of the men have been charged with a crime and are awaiting trial or another official declaration of innocence or guilt.

The creator of the trailer jail, All Detainment Solutions, has since secured a multimillion-dollar contract for a similar project in Idaho."

Jail on wheels: Missouri county's solution to overcrowding problem drawing national interest

One legal expert calls it a "recipe for disaster."
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