After getting busted for heroin, I spent a brief amount of time in solitary confinement. It changed my life forever.
VICE producer James Burns gives us some insight on what it's like to be locked up in a cell for 30 days.
An always-brutal experience can be even worse for people with disabilities.
We document the last four hours of VICE producer James Burns' stay in Solitary Confinement.
A look at the future of this damaging practice.
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VICE Producer James Burns is streaming 30 days of life in solitary confinement.
Starting today, I plan to voluntarily spend 30 days in solitary confinement in the La Paz County Jail in Parker, Arizona. It won't be my first time in the hole, though.
See what happens when VICE producer James Burns gets locked up for a month.