This 2003 Army image shows theUnited States Disciplinary Barracks, the military's then-new maximum-security prison on the north edge of Fort Leavenworth, Kan. The brick and glass structure building looks more like an office building than a maximum security prison.
This 2003 Army image shows theUnited States Disciplinary Barracks, the military's then-new maximum-security prison on the north edge of Fort Leavenworth, Kan. The brick and glass structure building looks more like an office building than a maximum security prison. ASSOCIATED PRESS
This 2003 Army image shows theUnited States Disciplinary Barracks, the military's then-new maximum-security prison on the north edge of Fort Leavenworth, Kan. The brick and glass structure building looks more like an office building than a maximum security prison. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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