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South Carolina mistakenly releases 10 prison inmates, recaptures only 6, officials say

FOXNews.com Saturday, 16 March 2019
South Carolina mistakenly gave early release to 10 inmates over a two-year period because of errors in calculating their sentences, the state Department of Corrections said this week. Only six have returned to prison, officials said.
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