South Carolina Inmates Get Combined Total Of 20 Years In Solitary Confinement For Posting Music Video Online

Too harsh a punishment? A South Carolina Department of Corrections spokesman said the punishment for the seven inmates who created the rap video had been reviewed - and was found to fit their crime (file picture)
A group of inmates at a South Carolina prison were punished after a rap video they recorded in the facility went viral, BuzzFeed News reports.
Seven inmates were given a combined total punishment of 7,150 days, or 19.75 years, of solitary confinement at the South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC). The group of men recorded the video, “I’m On,” last March and uploaded it to YouTube and popular site WorldStarHipHop. So far, the tape has garnered over a million views.

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