I’m not saying this is some grand chemtrail-style conspiracy. This is more a case of; “show me the money.” Links & Notes 1 (Kentucky vs King -Justice Alito delivers the opinion of the court 1 caselaw.lp.findlaw.com www.time.com 2 www.corpwatch.org 3 www.usatoday.com 4 www.hrw.org 5 articles.sfgate.com 5a: www.lib.niu.edu 6. www.prisontalk.com 7 en.wikipedia.org 7a www.grassrootsleadership.org www.afscme.org 8 articles.cnn.com 9 miami.cbslocal.com 10: www.nydailynews.com 11 www.acousticalsurfaces.com 11a www.febreze.com 13 www.dailykos.com Note 1: The relationship between the private and public sector is rather complicated. I’m using “privatized prison” as a generalization to describe prisons that are heavily reliant on privatized contracts. Prisons generally use private contractors to perform a number of services related to the prison. In extreme cases everything right down to the construction of the prison is done through private business interests and the prison is essentially leased back to the state/ federal government. I’m not saying that there should be no intermixing between private & public sector here but I definitely believe it should be limited.