The question remains to be answered as to why the prison is still holding men today who were suspected of crimes committed nearly 20 years ago with no timeline or legitimate expectation of conviction. 

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A woman sits on a couch wrapped in a blanket with a cat at her side, her apartment filled with plants. Her phone, on the coffee table in front of her, is on speakerphone. From it comes a voice asking about how the woman will discuss work, a career, the future, and bills to be paid without a roommate. The caption reads "silence of the plants."

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Illinois Reports Surge With 1,834 New COVID-19 Cases; 24 Deaths

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CHICAGO (CBS)– The Illinois Department of Public Health reported another increase in cases with  1,834 new COVID-19 cases, including 24 additional confirmed deaths. The state reported more than 46,000 tests in one day. Public Health Officials Announce 1,834 New Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus Disease: https://t.co/OJDLBh7qwr — IDPH...

Illinois COVID 19 Today: IL reports 1,834 new coronavirus cases, 24 deaths

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Illinois health officials reported 1,834 new coronavirus cases and 24 additional deaths Thursday.

Illinois passes 200,000 confirmed coronavirus cases

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CHICAGO — The total number of COVID-19 cases confirmed in Illinois since the pandemic began passed the 200,000 mark Thursday, according to health officials. The Illinois Department of Public Health reports 1,834 new cases of COVID-19 and 24 coronavirus-related deaths were confirmed over the...

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