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Truthout TV with Christopher Petrella: The Legacy of Chattel Slavery, and More

Sunday, 10 February 2013 12:47 By Ted Asregadoo, Truthout | Video Interview

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Truthout TV Ted Asregadoo

Ted Asregadoo speaks to Christopher Petrella about his article on Truthout entitled, "The Legacy of Chattel Slavery: Private Prisons Blur the Line Between Real People and Real Estate With New IRS Property Gambit." In this interview, Chris discusses how the GEO Group and Corrections Corporation of America -- two of the largest private prison corporations -- have changed their corporate status that could classify prisoners in their private prisons as part of the corporation's real estate holdings.

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Ted Asregadoo

Ted Asregadoo is a Truthout contributor. Follow his YouTube channel.

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Truthout TV with Christopher Petrella: The Legacy of Chattel Slavery, and More

Sunday, 10 February 2013 12:47 By Ted Asregadoo, Truthout | Video Interview

Media

Truthout TV Ted Asregadoo

Ted Asregadoo speaks to Christopher Petrella about his article on Truthout entitled, "The Legacy of Chattel Slavery: Private Prisons Blur the Line Between Real People and Real Estate With New IRS Property Gambit." In this interview, Chris discusses how the GEO Group and Corrections Corporation of America -- two of the largest private prison corporations -- have changed their corporate status that could classify prisoners in their private prisons as part of the corporation's real estate holdings.

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Ted Asregadoo

Ted Asregadoo is a Truthout contributor. Follow his YouTube channel.

Related Stories

Slavery Lives on in the United States
By Dan Archer, Truthout | Graphic Journalism

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