Seven Days in Solitary [12/3/17]

• The Connecticut Law Tribune reported the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to reverse the $62,650 reparations originally awarded to Almighty Supreme Born Allah, a man from New Britain, Connecticut, for the violation of his constitutional rights and psychological trauma inflicted by solitary confinement. Allah was subjected to solitary […]

Seven Days in Solitary [8/2/2015]

The following roundup features noteworthy news, reports and opinions on solitary confinement from the past week that have not been covered in other Solitary Watch posts. • Four House of Representatives members – two Republicans and two Democrats – are proposing legislation to study and make recommendations about the use of isolation in prisons across the […]