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It’s fundamentally wrong to hold people indefinitely

December 5, 2013
Gary Andersen, Lee Smith , Fairmont Sentinel

A task force has come out with recommendations to try to help Minnesota and its political leaders deal with the sticky issue of indefinite detention of sexual predators. The state currently has about 700 people in custody, under a civil commitment process that sends them into a treatment program because they are deemed too dangerous to let back into society.

 
 

 

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