60 Days In: Participants Upset at Officers on How Sewage Crisis Was Handled | A&E

The participants recall the disaster that was the sewage crisis in a special reunion in this clip from Season 2, Episode 13 of #60DaysIn.

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37 thoughts on “60 Days In: Participants Upset at Officers on How Sewage Crisis Was Handled | A&E

  1. Why don’t they just shave all prisoners bald including females? Then they won’t have to spend much on soap and water……

  2. Prison isn't good and that's the point so you think in future but the majority keep coming back. Bea positive member of your community and change your behaviour.
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  3. I mean a 24 pack of water bottles for $2 does seem alittle expensive. LOL They could have let imates purchase water bottles on the commissary

  4. I've never been in trouble or to jail, but treating ppl humanely regardless of their status isn't difficult. They had no choice, but to be enclosed with that sewage. The guards should have to spend the same amount of time in those same conditions as punishment. Js. 🤷‍♀️

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