“ In 2010, Judicial Correction Services made the magazine Inc.’s list of “the fastest growing private companies in America,” for the third year in a row; a year later, it was acquired by Correctional Healthcare Companies, which now boasts of attending to the “full spectrum” of offenders’ lives: “pre-custody, in custody, and post-custody.”
Nomi Prins is a journalist and senior fellow at Demos, and author of five previous books, including “Other People’s Money” and “It Takes a Pillage”. Alex Amend of Demos provided additional research for this excerpt.
A British government risk assessment report concluded that killing cats infected with bovine TB was “the most sensible course of action” because they were a risk to their owners and to any veterinarians treating them. They can shed bacteria both by coughing and through wounds until their infections are brought under control.
However, according to a veterinary report on the Newbury cluster in the journal BMJ, five of the owners decided to treat their cats with antibiotics. Three of the animals recovered, one was later put down and the fifth disappeared.