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10 Facts That Prove America Is A Police State:
With only 5% of the world’s population, US has 25% of world’s prison population.
China, which has a population 4 times larger than that of the United States, comes in second with 14% of the world’s incarcerated population.
More than 1 in every 100 American adults are incarcerated, the highest incarceration rate in the world.
When divided by race, 1 in 106 white men are incarcerated while 1 in 36 Hispanic men, 1 in 15 black men and 1 in 9 for black men ages 20-34 are behind bars.
It costs an average of $23,876 per year to incarcerate one inmate. That is more than twice the combined amount it costs to provide healthcare and education to one American.
The United States spent $44 billion in tax dollars in 2007 on corrections.
U.S. incarceration rates are significantly larger than those in any other liberal democracy.
While violent crime decreased, incarceration rates sharply increased.
Half of all inmates in state prisons are behind bars for non-violent offenses.
If you include jails, 60 percent of inmates are nonviolent offenders.

occupyallstreets:

10 Facts That Prove America Is A Police State:
  • With only 5% of the world’s population, US has 25% of world’s prison population.
  • China, which has a population 4 times larger than that of the United States, comes in second with 14% of the world’s incarcerated population.
  • More than 1 in every 100 American adults are incarcerated, the highest incarceration rate in the world.
  • When divided by race, 1 in 106 white men are incarcerated while 1 in 36 Hispanic men, 1 in 15 black men and 1 in 9 for black men ages 20-34 are behind bars.
  • It costs an average of $23,876 per year to incarcerate one inmate. That is more than twice the combined amount it costs to provide healthcare and education to one American.
  • The United States spent $44 billion in tax dollars in 2007 on corrections.
  • U.S. incarceration rates are significantly larger than those in any other liberal democracy.
  • While violent crime decreased, incarceration rates sharply increased.
  • Half of all inmates in state prisons are behind bars for non-violent offenses.
  • If you include jails, 60 percent of inmates are nonviolent offenders.

(Source: anarcho-queer, via seriouslyamerica)

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