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Tuesday, April 25, 1989 - Page 29

Date

2019

People

Artist: Alexandra Bell, American born 1983

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2020.10.17

Copyright

© Alexandra Bell

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Tuesday, April 25, 1989 - Page 29

People

Artist: Alexandra Bell, American born 1983

Date

2019

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Sad 45%
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Confused 45%

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Wanted:
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fine
gangs?
time
society
criminal
$237
not
the
of
to
are
"Quonset
would
secure,
do
cost
barbed
be
costliest,
instead
all
day
ueaday Appil R5, 1989 ZWBAISINEWS 8S 29 OPINIONS Wanted: Punishment that fits crime tening to music. They should work off their Felons go first-class as taxpayers spend debt to society. Let's have some justice for a change. Prison ought to be more than The teenagers accused of bru- talizing the lavishly though futilely for criminal jus- young woman in Central Park Council Majority Leader Peter Vallone or and leaving her someone in authority please explain why the most comty, ever built in this country. milk and corn are staples that could keep the cost of feeding the guests down." Suggestions to make punishment fit tice. Will Gov. Cuomo or Mayor Koch or just another welfare program. It ought to crime get bogged down in considerations be a powerful disincentive to crime. Must inmates reside in Taj Mahals that to die probably violence-prone youths should be scared of cost millions? Reader Walter Steier of Brooklyn, a retired cop who served in the Navy in World War II, advocates Quonset huts made of prefabricated corrugated metal as the solution to prison overcrowd- ing. "Quonset huts housed American ser- vicemen in the Aleutian Islands and Ice- Prison doesn't frighten them. And why think twice. Kids might be more inclined land, where temperatures were below zero, and in the South and Central Pacifie, of race, poverty, eivil liberties and other distractions. This is a shame. Crime, not race or poverty or repression, is what ter- rorizes New Yorkers. Most New Yorkers of all races are good citizens who wish to live in peace. Likewise most poor people. Many criminals, like Ivan Boesky and Stanley Friedman, are not poor. By all means put Ivan and Stanley on a chain gang Crime causes poverty and aggravates ra- cial tensions. Crime drives out business, BILL REEL will be convict- ed and sent to prison for sev- lion? Living conditions will be better than or deterred from crime by the prospect of incarceration in a jail that costs $237 mil- eral years to lift weights, watch TV, make phone calls and eat and sleep at taxpayer expense. No wonder they laugh in court. home for most of them. Maybe public punishment of criminals is the way to go to make potential predators to obey the law if they saw their older cleaning up should it? Conviets today do their deuces and treys - maybe a pound for something brothers doing hard labor really bad like this gang rape-bludgeoning garbage-strewn lots, for instance, or scrub- - and return to the street in good health bing graffiti off buildings with big muscies courtesy of taxpayers pervision of gun-toting correction officers. who keep up the prison gym. In New York, a prison isn't a deterrent where temperatures were above 100 de- shoppers, residents, builders. Crime de- grees," says Walter. "They also housed stroys neighborhoods. If we could curb prisoners of war. crime we could make progress on other so- eial problems. The terrible tragedy of the young woman assaulted in Central Park can't be undone. For her and her family, New Yorkers can only express sorrow and offer prayers. For ourselves, though, we can pressure public officials and mayoral candidates for radical reforms to make the criminal jus- tice system do what it does not do now - deter crime. under the su- "Quonset huts could be constructed here and used as prisons. The Army and the Kids should be afraid of the law. They Navy could put the huts up in a matter of to crime, it's a real estate deal. The 1,000- should quake with fear at the thought of hours. There is plenty of barren wasteland bed maximum security facility proposed going to prison. It would be good for them available. I can think of a little island off Canarsie that would make a fine site. Chain gangs? Maybe the time has come. for Staten Island will cost a minimum of and good for society if the criminal justice $237 million, not including the purchase price of the land, according to city offi- system was a deterrent to crime instead of There are dozens of such locations. something to joke about in court. Convicts "Quonset huts would make secure, low- cials. At $237,000 per bed, the Staten Is- should do constructive heavy-lifting for the cost jails. The sites would be surrounded with barbed wire. Bread, beans, oatmeal, land jail will be the costliest, and no doubt city instead of laying up in cells all day lis- 2/20 2014
fits
They
Felons
Let's
bru-
Central
Peter
in
authority
most
ever
milk
staples
punishment
Gov.
or
crime
bogged
die
probably
should
millions?
a
World
corrugated
metal
prison
ing.
Islands
Ice-
And
where
below
zero,
and
race,
Yorkers
people.
like
means
Ivan
Stanley
Crime
drives
BILL
REEL
will
convict-
sev-
lion?
better
weights,
watch
calls
taxpayer
they
for
Maybe
criminals
go
make
law
if
cleaning
labor
bad
rape-bludgeoning
health
graffiti
taxpayers
pervision
de-
stroys
neighborhoods.
could
we
eial
undone.
New
jus-
tice
what
it
su-
here
used
as
prisons.
deal.
thought
There
plenty
barren
bed
good
available.
I
think
OPINIONS
Wanted:
music.
work
first-class
change.
ought
than
teenagers
talizing
though
leaving
her
explain
comty,
this
feeding
guests
Suggestions
It
reside
Mahals
youths
scared
Reader
who
served
advocates
made
prefabricated
frighten
why
twice.
land,
poverty,
eivil
liberties
Crime,
Most
criminals,
Boesky
poor.
on
aggravates
conditions
from
jail
mil-
eral
expense.
court.
them.
is
potential
saw
Conviets
something
brothers
gang
lots,
-
bing
off
officers.
keep
isn't
temperatures
above
residents,
progress
tragedy
Park
express
prayers.
radical
Kids
crime,
real
with
at
maximum
security
them
little
site.
come.
Staten
including
city
system
locations.
about
Convicts
low-
constructive
The
beans,
land
doubt
laying
2/20
2014
R5,
1989
ZWBAISINEWS
8S
that
justice
Prison
futilely
young
Leader
Vallone
someone
built
country.
corn
tice.
Will
Mayor
just
program.
Must
inmates
Taj
Navy
War
Quonset
housed
American
doesn't
might
South
This
ter-
Yorkers.
citizens
peace.
poor
By
ra-
tensions.
sent
Living
deterred
costs
phone
eat
predators
up
their
deuces
doing
hard
return
street
buildings
courtesy
gun-toting
deterrent
were
grees,"
says
If
war.
other
so-
can't
sorrow
ourselves,
pressure
officials
does
deter
huts
afraid
put
estate
quake
fear
prison.
million,
purchase
offi-
joke
At
per
wire.
no
cells
tening
spend
society.
some
accused
lavishly
please
Koch
another
welfare
get
down
considerations
powerful
violence-prone
Walter
Steier
cop
overcrowd-
ser-
Aleutian
distractions.
race
repression,
races
wish
Likewise
Friedman,
chain
causes
poverty
out
business,
prospect
incarceration
lift
TV,
sleep
wonder
home
public
way
older
treys
really
garbage-strewn
instance,
scrub-
muscies
gym.
100
shoppers,
"They
prisoners
problems.
family,
only
though,
mayoral
candidates
reforms
now
crime.
under
constructed
Army
matter
1,000-
hours.
wasteland
facility
going
Canarsie
has
Island
dozens
cials.
$237,000
Is-
sites
surrounded
oatmeal,
ueaday
Appil
29
Punishment
debt
have
more
woman
Council
Majority
down."
fit
Cuomo
disincentive
Brooklyn,
retired
II,
solution
vicemen
inclined
Pacifie,
shame.
rorizes
live
Many
cial
ed
by
years
No
laugh
obey
it?
today
maybe
pound
big
correction
In
York,
builders.
Walter.
also
curb
terrible
assaulted
For
can
offer
law.
it's
proposed
island
Chain
minimum
price
according
was
such
bed,
heavy-lifting
jails.
Bread,
lis-