Sunday, November 10, 2013

Former NYPD Police Chief Bernard Kerik: "Our Prison System Is Broken"

The NYPD Police Chief - a one-time Bush candidate for Secretary of Homeland Security - was sentenced to three years in federal prison for tax fraud and lying to the White House. Now, out of prison, he has some harsh criticism for the American system of criminal injustice.

5 grams of cocaine - the same weight as a five cent nickel - can land a man in federal prison for ten years. Kerik, the same man who used to run Rikers Island, calls that sort of policy "insane" and calls for fundamental changes to the U.S. system of incarceration.

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