Martín Rabuñal

Martín Ernesto Rabuñal Rey is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Liga MX club FC Juárez on loan from Defensor Sporting. Rabuñal made his professional debut on 7 December 2014, in a 2–0 win against Rampla Juniors. On 26 April 2015, Rabuñal scored his first professional goal in a 2–2 draw against El Tanque Sisley. On 13 August 2015, Rabuñal made his continental debut against Club Bolívar in the first stage of 2015 Copa Sudamericana, he went on to score a goal, as his side emerged victorious with a scoreline of 3–0. He made his Copa Libertadores debut on 27 February 2018, coming on as a 90th minute substitute for Carlos Benavídez in a 1–1 draw against Grêmio

Purgatory Correctional Facility

Purgatory Correctional Facility is the county jail of Washington County, Utah. Known as the Washington County Jail, it is located near St. George, Utah at Purgatory Flats, hence its unusual name. Technically lying within the borders of Hurricane, the facility is about halfway between downtown St. George and downtown Hurricane at Harrisburg Junction, it has a semi-rural setting in the shadow of part of the Virgin Rivers anticline. The Virgin River flows north of the ridge. Purgatory Correctional Facility has a typical occupancy of 400 to 500 inmates, with 150 employees and a full-time medical clinic; the estimated cost of the facility, completed in 1998, was $11,570,000. It was designed by the architectural firm of Gillies, Brems & Smith of Salt Lake City. Situated on South 5200 West Road, the Correctional Facility is located within a growing business park area, including the Fairgrounds Industrial Park and the Quail Creek Industrial Park. Tenants nearby include the Washington County Department of Motor Vehicles.

Nearby, Walmart has a large distribution center. In order to cut its operating costs, as well as to reduce recidivism, in 2008 the Sheriff's Office began charging inmates to stay at the jail, co-ed. In 2005 it had a recidivism rate of 75 percent; the Purgatory jail made headlines in 2006 when it was the scene of incarceration for Warren Jeffs, following his flight from justice. He stayed there for twelve months before trial and conviction for two first degree felony counts of rape, at which time he was transferred to Utah State Prison. Robert Levi Christensen, No Sunshine in Dixie: Purgatory Correctional Facility, PublishAmerica, 2010 Human Flower Project: Flowers in Purgatory