Co-founder of [[Corrections Corporation of America]]
According to Wikipedia,
Terrell Don Hutto , known as T. Don Hutto, was an American businessman and one of the three co-founders of Corrections Corporation of America , whose establishment marked the beginning of the private prison industry during the era of former President Ronald Reagan. In 1983, Hutto, Robert Crants and Tom Beasley formed CCA and received investments from Jack C. Massey, the founder of Hospital Corporation of America, Vanderbilt University, and the Tennessee Valley Authority. The T. Don Hutto Residential Center, one of CCA's detention centers, was named after him.
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