Hudson Jail Disciplines Guards in Detainee Abuse Case

New Jersey's Hudson County Jail takes action after our reports of detainee abuse at facilities contracted by the Department of Homeland Security. A jail spokesman says the county plans to fire two key officers, and will file administrative charges against nine other guards. NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports.



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