Byline: Athelia Knight; 1984-03-04; The Washington Post; pages A1 & A18
No bus stop in Washington is quite like the one downtown near the intersection of 11th and G streets NW, along a stretch of pavement they call The Avenue. There, most evenings and weekend mornings, scores of women gather to ride the unofficial shuttle buses that take them over the Potomac and out of the city, down the highways of suburban Virginia to the place where their men live, Lorton reformatory.
Description:The first in a four-part series on how drugs were smuggled in to Lorton Reformatory
Rights: Washington Post