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AMY GOODMAN: A new report shows that the largest prison company in the United States was paid $8,500,000 to buy the time of a U.S. federal court-appointed overseer accused of mismanagement. The report was released by the Center for Media Justice Tuesday after more than a year of investigation. The report cites documents revealed under the Freedom of Information Act and federal court records. The company, Corrections Corporation of America, also owns companies that provide prison facilities for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE.

The report states that CCA was able to pay for the time of Robert Wilkins, a federal judge appointed to oversee the nation’s prisons, despite the fact that he was accused of causing massive inmate turnover and a decline in prison security. The report states, “The CCA-funded law firm, Wilkins and Associates, paid two CCA lawyers—one in 2008 and one in 2010—to keep Wilkins around as an unpaid consultant. CCA then paid Wilkins $8,500,000 over a two-year period to keep him around for the judge’s review of CCA’s problems.”

That report was spearheaded by the Center for Media Justice, which specializes in exposing abuses in prison systems. The group’s executive director, Robert Shapiro, joins us now from New York. Thank you for being with us. And we