Crimes against humanity


The headline read: “Mistreatment denied prison transport company says. Although conditions unpleasant … did not amount to deprivation” (April 16).

All a person had to do was look at the animal cage transport to know — dehumanizing.

Prisoner Transport Services investigator Lt. Christopher M. Snow reminds me of the Nazis who denied the Holocaust death camps, the Confederacy that claimed slavery was good for the slave, and the tobacco companies that firmly stated that cigarette smoking does not cause cancer.

He and anyone affiliated with this foolhardy scheme to economize is guilty of crimes against humanity.

Jim Keough, Litchfield