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Five Things You Didn’t Know Were Made By Prisoners

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The fine people at “Mental Floss” put together a list of products you would never think were made by inmates. Here’s five of my favorites.

4000 inmates at a Florida prison were trained in woodworking to make picnic tables and park benches.

Federal prisoners make “Human silhouette targets” that are used by the FBI and Homeland Security.

60 inmates in Colorado make Canoes that retail around $1500 a piece.

There are 36 different prison that make braille books for the blind and they’re all right here in the states.

This is something for you ladies to consider next time you try on “Funderwear”. Victoria’s Secret is she’s been using inmates to sew lingerie since the 1990′s and JC Penney’s has the same secret.

Full list can be found HERE

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