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WATCH: Power Restored In NYC Jail After Days of Protest as Inmates Go Without Heat During Bitter Winter Cold
By Sentinel News Wire
Published February 5, 2019

After inmates suffered for nearly a week with minimal electricity and heat, the power is back on at Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn. The jail houses more than 1,600 inmates and has been running on emergency electricity since January 27th. Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams and Attorney Midwin Charles join Stephanie Ruhle to break down what happened and how the facility was extremely unprepared for this emergency situation.

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