Imagine being locked inside a room with no windows, bars, or openings–and having tear gas canisters thrown into the hallways and rooms. Hard to imagine. But inmates at Utah State Prison in Draper don’t have to imagine it–they lived through it. After 30 minutes, guards in gas masks released some of the inmates into areas with clean air; allegedly, one guard laughed as inmates screamed with burning eyes and skin. No stretch of the imagination to learn that five plaintiffs are suing, and represented by the Utah ACLU.