Thursday Jul 24
Inmate's Death Raises Questions About Prison Protections
In one of his final letters to his mother, Justin Campos wrote that, although he was serving a life sentence for killing two members of the notorious Latin Kings gang, he had faith that God would protect him.
The Columbus Dispatch
Prison inmate industries turn a profit for 4th year
From toilet paper and license plates to processed meat and furniture, products made by Ohio inmates are becoming increasingly profitable as the state's prisons act more like private businesses.
The Marion Star
Profits from Ohio's prison products pick up
Toilet tissue manufactured by prisoners and meat processed by inmates are becoming increasingly profitable as Ohio's prisons act more like private businesses.
Ex-Ohio officer fights to say free during appeal
Douglas Prade is taken into custody at the Summit County Courthouse, Thursday, March 20, 2014, in Akron, Ohio.