In my personal opinion, some of the biggest issues with the criminal “justice” system are flawed by the institution, discriminatory, oppressive, and bias judgments. The justices system is a profitable industry that exploits some so call “criminals” who are minorities to cheap labor and debt. The huge majority of criminal institutions are privately owned; by those who have only an economic view of making a profit; not to help improve society and/or help those who are incarcerated to become a better model citizen. When an individual have been incarcerated in a privately owned institution, may be subjected to be charged for the bare necessity to maintain a decent hygiene such as toothpaste, a bar of soap, and so forth. Also, there are institutional programs that charges inmates for room and board for their term of imprisonments in exchange for permission to work. This is injustice that “criminals” face in private institutions are motivated by greed not justice. Through the term of their sentence an inmate may incur an enormous debt, reentering society with little to no opportunity to improve their quality of life that may lead them back to crime. The system has set up a vicious life cycle for those that have been incarcerated to have no opportunity but to be a criminal again. It has recently come to my attention; the criminal “justices” system we have is a system of oppression stemmed from discrimination and bias judgments. The reason that I came to this conclusion, if you are to observed regions where there are what to be consider high crime rate areas and compared it to areas that are considered to have low rate of crimes occurring, there is an issue when comparing the two. The issue from my perspective is the dramatic difference of “justice-surveillance” provided the different regions that are considered high and low rate crime occurring. Predominately there are heavily law enforcement surveillance where there are mainly low-income and minorities residence. There’s an old saying, “ you find trouble when you are looking for it”, it is oblivious that there shall be higher crime rates in area there are mainly low-income families and minorities, a method of oppression of minority citizens because efforts of bringing justice is mainly focused on them. Locations where that are considered to be low crime rate areas have low rate of law surveillance; these areas are mainly high-income and white residence regions. I believe that these issues are majors factors causing the criminal “justice” system to ne injustice.