8 April 2019 | jeffnewman-63823
Unique insight to the failures of 'correctional' jails
The 'expirement' itself is quite interesting: placing volunteers into a local county jail.
The result is a candid view into why many jails are more corrosive than corrective in the USA. They even had one person unexpectedly report to court because of a clerical error (he had the same name of someone.)
I was surprised, but not shocked, at how lazy and terrible many of the 'correctional' officers were at their job. I don't think it's unique in this jail, but some of these officers simply suck at their jobs.
As for editing, they repeat many of the clips over and over again, that I had to wonder if I had already seen the episode. I counted a few clips being replayed across numerous episodes at least 10 times.
In all, an interesting perspective into the problems within the jails/justice system of the USA.