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SlaveToTheGrind

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Maricopa County female inmates march for chain gang duty in Phoenix, Arizona October 21, 2003. The women are padlocked together by the ankle and marched military style to a van to be transported to their work site. The women volunteer for chain gang duty to get out of lockdown , where four prisoners are shut in a cell 8 x 12 feet wide 23 hours day. If they spend 30 days on the chain gang , picking up trash, weeding or burying bodies, they can get out of the punishment cell. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Is there a glut of bodies just lying around Phoenix?
 

ludes98

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You gotta love Sheriff Joe. Packing the women out to bury bodies. I heard they were going to start a juvenile chain gang soon. Wonder if they have to bury bodies too?
 

el Guapo

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Are you sure that is not the walk-on try-outs line for Dutch Women's Rugby?


The real question is why the gas masks?
 

BiteMeElmo

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Good way to train women for life on the outside. There is such a boom in the grave digging industry right now.
 
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