Life in cell regulated

Except for four hours each day, Michael Dean Overstreet is confined by himself to a 115-square-foot cell.

He can’t interact with other inmates or communicate with the outside world, except for during a designated time each morning.

Meals are brought to inmates’ cells, where they eat alone.

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