Once called "the bloodiest prison in America," the Lousiana State Penitentiary at Angola is now knonw as a place of hope for its more than five thousand inmates. The credit for this unprecendented transformation is given to its one of a kind warden, Burl Cain. His steadfast rejection of a "lock 'em up and throw away the key" mentality can bee seen in the progressive, compassionate programs and sound correctional procedures he has implemented. But the hallmark of Cain's remarkable administration is his relentless efforts to help each inmate discover the value and purpose in his life, to exeperience true freedom of the soul.
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