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Dozens of letters from Utah State Prison inmates to the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah have shined more light on what they want from the hunger strike.
Forty-two maximum-security inmates have been on strike since Friday morning. All of them are documented gang members, according to the Utah Department of Corrections, which stated that their list of demands included moving gang leaders to a different part of the prison.
The list of demands also âaddress issues that in recent months we hav
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CAIRO — Despite persistent human rights concerns, the United States on Sunday resumed formal security talks with Egypt that were last held six years ago and kept on hiatus until now amid political unrest that swept the country in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Two days after the U. S.
SCARBOROUGH — Richard Pate is a hard-core fan of the New England Patriots and the team’s star quarterback, Tom Brady.
So when fans of the Patriots’ division rival, the New York Jets, hired a pilot to fly over Gillette Stadium last Thursday – the Patriots first day of preseason practice – hauling a banner that read, “Cheaters Look Up,” Pate, who lives in Biddeford, knew he had to retaliate.