Regular people who went undercover in jail for 2 months discovered a strict social hierarchy that governs everything from where you sleep to whether you get to shower
|03/20/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- “60 Days In” follows undercover inmates who navigate life in Fulton County Jail in Atlanta and Clark County Jail in southern Indiana.
- The undercover inmates learned about the complex social dynamics that take place in jail.
- Unwritten rules dictated how new inmates eat, sleep, socialize, and solve disputes.
Life in jail is no cake walk — and it’s even harder when you don’t know the unwritten rules.
Several law-abiding citizens learned those rules the hard way when they went undercover as inmates for the A&E show “60 Days In.” Now in its fourth season, the show followed the undercover participants as they read more >>>