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September 12, 2008

Criminal injustice

On Monday, in a piece on Christians and the inequities in the criminal justice system, USA Today charged that "[Chuck] Colson, the founder of Prison Fellowship . . . washes his hands of the deeper social problems underneath our burgeoning prison population."

Today, in a letter to the editor, Mark Earley sets the record straight:

Since Prison Fellowship was founded 32 years ago by Chuck Colson, we have sought not only the personal transformation of prisoners, but also the transformation of families, neighborhoods and the prison system.

Read more here. Thanks to PFM's Pat Nolan and to Thunderstruck.

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