In the early 90s, a wealthy magazine publisher was convicted of fraud and sentenced to 18 months in a minimum security prison in Louisiana. But white collar criminals weren't the only people living there, and the other people inside had basically been forgotten about by the outside world, some of them for decades.
Learn more about Neil White’s time at Carville in his memoir, In the Sanctuary of Outcasts.
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