This website seeks to ask, if mass incarceration is an appropriate way to punish individuals accused of breaking the law? We will answer this question by comparing systems of mass incarceration within three different nations: the United States, Sweden, and Venezuela. Mass incarceration is an elevated rate of incarceration targeting certain demographics. Our website brings attention to the injustices of mass incarceration and explains how mass incarceration, as a form of legal punishment, strips away the freedoms of various demographics, races, and socioeconomic classes more than others. Even though there is legislation in all three countries that is supposed to protect individuals from unfair incarceration, if one is not white or wealthy, they are often subjected to harsher punishments and unfair bias. Whether it be the economy, social unrest, or legal corruption, there are many other outside influences that can impact the way a society views imprisonment as justifiable. Around the world, the legal systems of nations differ depending on their geographic location, form of leadership, and history.