It would appear not. ''Scepticfiles.org'' quotes W. T. Root, professor of psychology at the Univ. of Pittsburgh, who examined 1,916 prisoners and said, "Indifference to religion, due to thought, strengthens character." He is quoted as saying that Unitarians, Agnostics, Atheists and Free-Thinkers are absent from penitentiariers or nearly so.
In 1997, Rod Swift found that .209% of federal prisoners are atheists (See related link: Rod Swift study).
In 2010, Tim Covell updated that information, and discovered only .08% of the U.S. federal prison population is atheist (See related link: Tim Covell study).
It is claimed that over a period of 10 years , those executed in Sing-Sing Prison for murder were 65% Catholics, 26% Protestants, 6% Hebrew, 2% Pagan, and less than 1/3 of 1% non-religious.
for religious reasons and to pray to any god without going to jail
People do not rot in jail . . . that is just a way of saying that they will be in jail for a long, long time.
Yes, most people do in jail just as outside.
Jail breaks have occurred, yes.
Carthage, Illinois in Carthage Jail.
About 300,000 people go to jail in Canada
people in jail only eat stail bread and drink water
People aren't perfect!
A jail is a place of confinement for people who have been charged with an offence.
In the US, on average, about 3,000 people go to jail everyday.
50 people go to jail every day.