Prisoners claim for the lost luxuries behind the bars

Every living soul has a right to Luxury. What else can be said when you hear that prisoners at high-security Saughton jail in Edinburgh are accustomed to designer jeans, cell phones, jewelry, watches, and gaming consoles. Moreover, prisoners at the new luxury prison, The Addiewell, are used to luxurious recreation like picnics, races, and an inflatable obstacle course. However, the surprising aspect is that these prisoners are actually claiming hundreds of pounds in compensation for goods going missing behind bars. And the common man pays for such indulgence of notorious criminals. Is this compensation at the expense of the taxpayer for prisoners’ extravagant lifestyle justified?

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