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an institution in Berkshire, England, for housing and treating mentally ill criminals
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Speakers: LaToya Cantrell, President, Broadmoor Improvement Association and Broadmoor Development Corp.Innovators: Watch The Full Program|The Daily Beast Video|October 28, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Still other attendees toured the Broadmoor district and the Lower Ninth Ward, which are being reimagined—and reborn.The Reboot Begins|Randall Lane|October 23, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Dr Nicholson, of Broadmoor, who was consulted on the point, said he thought this danger was quite a real one.Oscar Wilde|Leonard Cresswell Ingleby
The opening of Broadmoor has also affected the mortality of this class, having reduced it materially.
The jury acquitted him on the ground of insanity, and he was admitted at Broadmoor in January, 1876.
Financial considerations must be a very important practical point in the existence of Broadmoor.
Again, there is a reason, on the side of the prison authorities, why convicts when insane should not be sent to Broadmoor.