In some measure they have denied or violated some one of their 'Human Right' It follows therefore it seems to me, that it is right and proper that whilst that individual serves their term, their 'Rights' are suspended, and return only on full discharge.
There are many elements of human rights covered by the legislation. I assume that you do not believe that all of these, including the right to life and freedom from torture, for, example, should be removed. It is therefore necessary to define which rights should be removed, beyond the right to free association, while in prison.
It may be bloody obvious to you and, sadly, to many others but that doesn't mean that your view is necessarily correct.
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