A juvenile sleeps on a bunk in a segregation unit at Dobbs Youth Development Center in Kinston on May 6, 2003.
A juvenile sleeps on a bunk in a segregation unit at Dobbs Youth Development Center in Kinston on May 6, 2003. Scott Sharpe Scott Sharpe
A juvenile sleeps on a bunk in a segregation unit at Dobbs Youth Development Center in Kinston on May 6, 2003. Scott Sharpe Scott Sharpe

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