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Source: CBS Baltimore
November 22, 2013
Stricter screening methods need to be implemented to decrease the chance that a potential hire will become corrupt.
This is terrible but all to common!
Let the guilty C/Os spend time with these inmates now that they ( the officers ) can't smuggle anything in for them, and see just how differently they are treated by the inmates !!! That'll be an eye-opener !!!!! Now, my biggest concern is for the safety of the honest C/Os in the prison, now that their strength has been cut in half !!!!
"According to documents, female correctional officers hid that contraband in their underwear, hair and internally. One hid an ounce of marijuana in her private parts every day."---- That is sick and disgusting. Hope these individuals get the maximum sentence.
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