In addition to the companies that directly manage America's prisons, many other firms are getting a piece of the private prison action. American Express has invested millions of dollars in private prison construction in Oklahoma and General Electric has helped finance construction in Tennessee. Goldman Sachs & Co., Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, among other Wall Street firms, have made huge sums by underwriting prison construction with the sale of tax exempt bonds, this now a thriving $2.3 billion industry.
Weapons manufacturers see both public and private prisons as a new outlet for "defense" technology, such as electronic bracelets and stun guns. Private transport companies have lucrative contracts to move prisoners within and across state lines; health care companies supply jails with doctors and nurses; food service firms provide prisoners with meals. High-tech firms are also moving into the field; the Que-Tel Corp. hopes for vigorous sales of its new system whereby prisoners are bar coded and guards carry scanners to monitor their movements. Phone companies such as AT&T chase after the enormously lucrative prison business.In 2008, there was a phenomenal article in Mother Jones by Caroline Winter, "From Starbucks to Microsoft: a sampling of what US inmates make and for whom.” According to the article findings, inmates process food including beef and chicken, packing for Starbucks and even lingerie for Victoria’s Secret.
Make no mistake. They are building the prisons, they cant rely on the CHinks anymore for slave labor. We sold it all. Even our nations soul. Chances are if you fall on the wrong side of the equation ($) you or your children will be thrown into slavery. I have absolutely no misgiving. They are testing it....on the Mexicans.
Its all happening as we speak. Turn off Dog the bounty hunter and open your eyes.
"....Its all part of the plan."