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(NPR)   Looking for an income boost? Government program leads to $11,000 income boost for participants. Details in article   (npr.org ) divider line
    More: Interesting, prison reform, Ohio University, income boost  
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2013-01-31 07:34:21 AM  
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miss diminutive: If they had this knowledge then why are they in prison?


They have a strong nurturing instinct and want to be in a setting where they can best reach a receptive audience.
2013-01-31 08:35:38 AM  
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Pocket Ninja: miss diminutive: If they had this knowledge then why are they in prison?

They have a strong nurturing instinct and want to be in a setting where they can best reach a receptive audience.


Because they know how they got caught.  They pass that knowledge on and it's a highly concentrated source of information with all of those criminals packed into a small space.  "Don't drop your wallet at the scene."  "Don't write your holdup note on a deposit slip."  "Don't fall asleep in the house you're robbing."
 
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