The crew of the Motorhome Diaries exposes the serious errors the government of Hardin, Montana made when it gambled the money of it's taxpayers on the construction of a prison. They wanted to cash in on the lucrative business of sheltering prisoners, regardless of whether there were victims in their so-called crimes. When the State of Montana refused to move prisoners to this never-used jail the town desperately sought to capitalize on the impending closing of Guantanamo Bay and later the offer by the so-called American Police Force. Neither scheme looks like it will work out and the taxpayers still have an empty prison.
At least they have plenty of room for the politicians who steal money from citizens on schemes such as this.
Saturday, October 10, 2009
The Strange Case of the Hardin Montana Prison
A report on the strange case of the empty prison in Hardin Montana. From Motorhome Diaries: