Attica prison riot

Attica prison riot

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. State troopers regain control of prisoners following the Attica prison riot in Attica, New York, Sept. 13, 1971. The riot, in which 43 were killed, lasted four days during which guards were held as hostages. (AP Photo)

. State troopers regain control of prisoners following the Attica prison riot in Attica, New York, Sept. 13, 1971. The riot, in which 43 were killed, lasted four days during which guards were held as hostages. (AP Photo)

The Attica Prison riot occurred at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, N.Y. on Aug.
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Free Kindle Book -  [History][Free] The Attica Prison Riot: The History and Legacy of America's Most Famous Prison Uprising

Free Kindle Book - [History][Free] The Attica Prison Riot: The History and Legacy of America's Most Famous Prison Uprising

The Only Photographer Allowed at the Attica Prison Riot Remembers Four Days of Chaos

The Only Photographer Allowed at the Attica Prison Riot Remembers Four Days of Chaos

Attica Prison Riot: 'The bloodiest one-day encounter between Americans since the Civil War.' In #1971, the nation's deadliest #prison uprising came to a violent end at #Attica Correctional Facility in Western New York as 1,000 National Guardsmen, prison guards, & state and local police stormed the facility & launched a full-scale assault on the inmates. | Huffington Post

Attica Prison Riot: 'The bloodiest one-day encounter between Americans since the Civil War.' In #1971, the nation's deadliest #prison uprising came to a violent end at #Attica Correctional Facility in Western New York as 1,000 National Guardsmen, prison guards, & state and local police stormed the facility & launched a full-scale assault on the inmates. | Huffington Post

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The Only Photographer Allowed at the Attica Prison Riot Remembers Four Days of Chaos | TIME

The Only Photographer Allowed at the Attica Prison Riot Remembers Four Days of Chaos | TIME

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