One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A prison with the highest levels of restrictions on prisoners' movements and activities.‘he is now serving life in a maximum security prison’
- ‘As a reporter, I have visited many maximum security prisons in Britain and the United States.’
- ‘He is now held at the Chikurubi maximum security prison.’
- ‘The return address on the letter is a maximum security prison in Nevada.’
- ‘In 1999, he escaped from the Middledrift Maximum Security Prison.’
- ‘He is currently serving a life sentence at the maximum security prison in Kingston.’
- ‘She is an ex-con who served nine months in the forbidding maximum security prison in Lexington, Kentucky.’
- ‘He has been placed in an undisclosed maximum security prison under 24-hour surveillance.’
- ‘We have very good maximum security prisons.’
- ‘We have maximum security prisons to hold these people.’
- ‘I've broken out of maximum security prisons before.’
- ‘He complained of poor treatment at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison.’
- ‘We were shackled, put in a maximum security prison.’
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