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Meet the prisoners who have their own keys, ride therapy horses, and leave prison every day

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ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED OCTOBER 18, 2017: In Finland, inmates at Open Prisons go outside to work, study and have therapy horses. They have keys to their rooms and their own kitchens to cook in. Finland believes that by treating criminals as equals, and giving them autonomy, they will rehabilitate and better adjust to life outside of prison.