And there we were thinking Bill was having bad luck with all the solitary confinement and lack of communication. It seems to be standard procedure/torture for everyone. As we know from past ‘issues’, the United States of America takes Facebook *very seriously*. More seriously than reality in fact considering murderers seem to get shorter sentences than the people talking crap on Facebook.
Anyway here’s the article.
The most severe punishments the EFF saw for using social media included:
In October 2013, Tyheem Henry received 13,680 days (37.5 years) in disciplinary detention and lost 27,360 day (74 years) worth of telephone, visitation, and canteen privileges, and 69 days of good time—all for 38 posts on Facebook.
In June 2014, Walter Brown received 12,600 days (34.5 years) in disciplinary detention and lost 25,200 days (69 years) in telephone, visitation, and canteen privileges, and 875 days (2.4 years) of good time—all for 35 posts on Facebook.
In May 2014, Jonathan McClain received 9,000 days (24.6 years) in disciplinary detention and lost 18,000 days (49 years) in telephone, visitation, and canteen privileges, and 30 days of good time—all for 25 posts on Facebook.
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