Shortly after Harriet Krzykowski began working at the Dade Correctional Institution, in Florida, an inmate whispered to her, “You know they starve us, right?” In this week’s issue, Eyal Press presents a portrait of a deeply dysfunctional institution, where violence, retaliation, and retribution among the people responsible for maintaining order—the guards—was commonplace. Read the story on newyorker.com. Photograph by Elinor Carlucci.



Shortly after Harriet Krzykowski began working at the Dade Correctional Institution, in Florida, an inmate whispered to her, “You know they starve us, right?” In this week’s issue, Eyal Press presents a portrait of a deeply dysfunctional institution, where violence, retaliation, and retribution among the people responsible for maintaining order—the guards—was commonplace. Read the story on newyorker.com. Photograph by Elinor Carlucci.
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