Allegations of abuse at USP Lewisburg are still a common occurrence since the new security protocols were instilled in 2009. The prison uses hard restraints that cut off the inmates' circulation as well as other unnecessary punishments. David Sprout, a paralegal and member of the Lewisburg Prison Project, believes that some of the actions of the penitentiary can be seen as torture.
Lewisburg Prison Project's paralegal, Dave Sprout disucsses what the group has accomplished and provides some examples of their successes while advoca...
Lewisburg Prison Project turns 40
September 15, 2013
'Herman's House' film, discussion with film-maker at Campus Theatre
January 18, 2013
John M. Humphrey and Clifford A. Rieders were awarded Karl and Isabelle Patten Awards for "following in the footsteps of Isabelle and Karl Patten, who...
Humphrey and Rieders recognized by the Lewisburg Prison Project