The United States Bureau of Prisons allows prisoners to hold large sums of money – up to $200,000 – in government-run accounts with little scrutiny and are shielded from most court orders. There “are more than 20 inmate accounts holding more than $100,000 each for a total exceeding $3m". #Newspaper
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