When Kendra Castaneda’s beloved faced torture in solitary confinement, his beloved, a regular, Californian suburban, young woman would have never guessed that only nine months later, she would be an “Inspiring Americans Award” nominee for courageously sparking human rights hope for 100,000 secretly tortured people in the United States prison industrial complex, up to 6,000 in California alone, all horribly abused in solitary confinement, indefinitely, as the National Defence Authorization Act 2012 codifies.

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