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 Story 7 SCCY, a prison for 600 juveniles in the town of Tallulah, LA, became notorious as the worst example of problems plaguing the U.S. Juvenile justice system.

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Photos by Gilles Peress
 
Gloria Hayden, city council member - 71
Chuck Hayden, teacher at the juvenile prison (SCCY) - 72
Moses Williams, lawyer and CEO of NELDCDC - 73
 
Raymond Cannon is an attorney in private practice in Tallulah - 74
Robbyee Nettles lived across the street from the juvenile prison - 75
Billy Thorton worked as a gaurd at the juvenile prison (SCCY) - 75
Photos by Alison Cornyn

 

 

 Story 6 Sandra Chevere is the mother of five children. She is also serving time for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.     (Photos by Andrew Lichtenstein)

Visit - May 2000  Sandra's five children visit her every Saturday, They are allowed 2 hours together
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Mikey - June 2000  At 21 'Mikey' quit school to raise his younger brothers in his apartment in Sommerville, NJ
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Quiani - August 2000  
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Clinton -November 2001   2 years into her sentence, Sandra is still unsure how long she will be in prison. Her sentence could range between 3 and 15 years.
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Kintock - May 2002   A half way house near her family.
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Home -November 2002    Being back home with her boys, they all have to reajust to the new family situation again.
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 Story 5 Nearly a third of the New York State prison population are serving time for drug crimes. Many are incarcerated under the Rockefeller Drug Laws.
                             

The home of Wanda Best, Darryl Best's wife - 51
Eastern Correctional Facility, Napanoch, NY - 52
Lt. Gene Black, head of Bronx Narcotics - 53
Jerome Marks, former NY state Supreme court - 54 Judge       
   
Katherine Lapp, spent 4 years as NY State -55
Director of criminal Justice     
Nestro Ferraro, head of narcotics prosecution, - 56
Bronx County       
 

 Story 4 Wayne County's rolling hills in the northeast corner of Pennsylvania has been home to generations of dairy farmers.

Blaise Robinson's Farm, Wayne County - 41
Bob Suhosky's beef farm, Wayne County - 42
Gail Barna, teacher in Wayne County - 43
Gary Swendsen's Dairy Farm,Wayne County - 44
   
Tony Herzog, Wayne County's commissioner - 45
Vince Cudemo - 46
 

 Story 3 Ronald Frye fatally stabbed his landlord, in 1993. He was sentenced to death and was executed at Central Prison, in Raleigh, North Carolina, August 31st at 2:00 AM.

The home of Christy Hollowell - 31
The home of David Frye, Ronnie's brother - 32
Earnest Basden 's cell - 33
Ronald Frye's cell - 34
Central Prison, The only death row in NC - 35
The office of Warden Robey Lee - 36
Home of Pat Winkler, the Landlords Sister - 37
Home of Jeanne Abbot and Barry Cheney - 38
 

 Story 2 At the age of 15, Cristel and her sister viciously attacked a rival classmate, Guadalupe ("Lupita"), with a razor blade.

The Courtroom - 21
Rhode Island Training School - 22
Don Rodriques,Now works at the girls unit - 23
Judge Jeremiah, chief of Rhode Island's - 24
Family Court       
   
Lupita's Room - 25
The Home of Cristel's Mother, Jasmine - 26
 

 Story 1 John Mills is serving seven to nine years at Polk Youth Institution in North Carolina.       (Photos by Sue Johnson)

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The Home of John's mother, Brenda Daniels - 12
Prison Setting - 13
Polk Youth Inst. NC, Unit C, cell 302 - 14
     
Polk Youth Detention Center -  15