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BNN Documentary Film - Now in Production:
 
The CURE:  America's Ailing Federal Criminal Justice System
 
FedCURE is the world's leading advocate for America's, ever growing, federal inmate population of over 200,000 people. We are working with members of Congress to reinstate parole; increase good time allowances; provide for compassionate releases; restore PELL grants; and opportunities for successful reentry into the community, for all federal offenders; and promote a system that incarcerates fewer people and provides humane conditions for those who are incarcerated or under post-incarceration supervision via parole or supervised release. Over 45,000 people were released from federal prison last year.
 
FedCURE's lifetime member and PBS film producer and Soros Justice Media Fellowship candidate, Allan Mason and BNNreports.com (Broadcast Network News ), are documenting FedCURE's activities for inclusion in the production of a one-hour special news documentary film titled, The CURE:  America's Ailing Federal Criminal Justice System (suitable for Frontline, NOW, or an independent special report for the Public Broadcasting System and their affiliates).  Perhaps we may be able to collaborate in some manner. 
 
The film would examine the ailing federal criminal justice system in the United States and the impact of certain federal legislation that would reduce federal prisons sentences and provide for tax payer relief by enacting smart legislation that would revive the system of parole for federal prisoners; and reduce run-a-way recidivism rates by enacting smart legislation such as the recently passed "Second Chance Act of 2007," reauthorizing the grant program of the Department of Justice for re-entry of offenders into the community, to establish a task force on Federal programs and activities relating to the re-entry of offenders into the community, and for other purposes.  See: Public Law 110-199.  
 
We are seeking stories, partners and funding for this film and to produce short VNR's for our upcoming legislative campaigns to promote FedCURE's legislative initiatives.  If you have an interest please contact FedCURE via this link:    +Contact FedCURE.
 
 
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