http://www.npr.org/2015/11/13/45579...on-beds-for-ankle-bracelets-same-firm-profits"It's an ankle monitor here, it's time in detention there, it's a for-profit prison case manager who's now going to follow you on your day-to-day life," says Ryan, director of RAICES, a nonprofit in San Antonio that helps unauthorized immigrants. "It's a continuous, pervasive pressure that is being put on these women, constantly reminding them that they are not welcome here."
I don't understand people thinking they can just enter a country illegally and nothing should be done to detain or deport them. In that process of course someone is going to make a profit off of it.
You would think we were forcing them to come and stay here then imprisoning them.