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Pictures: “Lego Block” Prison Cells Readied In Utah

Debate rages over blocks that can be snapped together to build prisons anywhere, at any time

Steve Watson | | Thursday, Sept 25 2008

Pictures of concrete prison cells being unloaded from wagons in Utah earlier this month have surfaced on the internet, causing a storm of debate over their purpose.

The cells are designed specifically so they can be snapped together side by side and on top of each other like lego blocks to form rows and columns.

Each block looks to contain 2 cells of little more than six feet square each.

The pictures first appeared earlier this week on the alternative news website

According to the owners of that website, the pictures were taken on Monday, September 8 2008 at around 3 PM at University Ave, East Bay, Provo in Utah.

Since that time they have spread to various forums and websites, sparking off a lively debate as to who these cells are for and in what circumstances their use is envisioned.

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