Inmate Kevin Dickens sits in a visitation room before eating a nutraloaf, a meal typically given to inmates for misbehavior involving food or bodily waste, during an Oct. 26, 2016, interview with The Associated Press at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Del. Dickens holds the dubious distinction of being on a loaf diet for longer than any other Delaware inmate.
Inmate Kevin Dickens sits in a visitation room before eating a nutraloaf, a meal typically given to inmates for misbehavior involving food or bodily waste, during an Oct. 26, 2016, interview with The Associated Press at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Del. Dickens holds the dubious distinction of being on a loaf diet for longer than any other Delaware inmate. Patrick Semansky AP
Inmate Kevin Dickens sits in a visitation room before eating a nutraloaf, a meal typically given to inmates for misbehavior involving food or bodily waste, during an Oct. 26, 2016, interview with The Associated Press at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Del. Dickens holds the dubious distinction of being on a loaf diet for longer than any other Delaware inmate. Patrick Semansky AP

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