The state of Michigan has more “sex offense” issues to deal with and it’s not because of sex offenders on their registry, it’s because of their own prison guards.

In 2009, the state settled a 1996 case, Neal v. Michigan Department of Corrections, in which female prisoners alleged a pattern of sexual misconduct and harassment by male officers for $100,000,000.

Today, state officials announced that Michigan will pay $80 million to settle a lawsuit with former juvenile offenders who claimed they were sexually abused in Michigan prisons.

The state is spending so much time and resources digging their heels in order to violate the constitutional rights of people who may have committed old sex offenses, that they can’t monitor their own employees to prevent them from committing new ones.


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