The $34 million dollar tab to date, cited by state officials, includes costs such as the special prosecutors hired to pursue rebellion related criminal cases; the purchase of tear gas, gas masks and body bags; court costs, etc. This figure does not include the potential awards of damages to the guards and prisoners who have sued the state for injuries resulting from the rebellion.
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