Solitary Justice 

James Skinner has figured out that the best way to survive in an Arizona supermax prison is to seek justice even when it seems like justice has left the building

Don't wear orange. Don't wear brown. Don't wear a shirt that shows collarbone. Bring change for vending machines. Bring identification. Two hours. Nothing more. In the parking lot of the Arizona Department of Corrections' Browning Unit in Florence, I reach for the…

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