In both of these arguments, I asserted that these individuals should be protected from Pattern Happy Summer Skull Hawaiian Shirt1 due to constitutional prohibitions on cruel and unusual punishment and the lack of societal benefit gained from the suffering of an individual. In both of these debates I was met with very emotion-driven responses from people saying that those individuals are “getting what they deserve”. On a personal level I don’t necessarily disagree or care that much but this isn’t an issue of the personal level. This is an issue of broad structural and cultural forces that promote a biblically vengeful penal culture and the stigmatization of all inmates. This is an issue of a culture that prefers promoting the suffering of the convicted as an end unto itself over rehabilitation (or isolation of those who cannot be rehabilitated.
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