April 23, 2013

Baltimore Prison Run By Gangs

Prison Gang - Black Guerrilla Family
Thirteen correctional officers indicted in Maryland

More than a dozen Maryland state correctional officers were accused Tuesday of helping a powerful prison gang run a drug-trafficking and money-laundering operation from behind bars.

Thirteen female prison guards were charged by the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office in an indictment unsealed Tuesday in federal court. They allegedly smuggled into the prison cell phones, prescription pills and other contraband uncovered during a year-long corruption investigation of state detention facilities.

“The inmates literally took over ‘the asylum,’ and the detention centers became safe havens for BGF,” FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen E. Vogt said, using shorthand for the prison gang, Black Guerrilla Family.

At the center of the investigation was an alleged leader of the gang, Tavon White, who prosecutors said had sexual relationships with at least four of the prison guards, fathering five children since his incarceration in Baltimore in 2009.
Who wants to make book that these guards are affirmative action hires?
In one wiretapped cell phone call in January, White told an acquaintance, “This is my jail. You understand that? I’m dead serious. I make every final call in this jail.”

The indictment, which also charged seven inmates and five co-conspirators, outlined the enduring power of gangs within some Maryland detention facilities as well as a highly organized and profitable smuggling enterprise. While in prison, White bragged about earning $16,000 during a slow month, and he used the money to buy several luxury cars, including a Mercedes Benz and a BMW, prosecutors said.
Once again we have the proof that America is turning into a third world shithole.
State Sen. Joseph M. Getty (R-Carroll), a member of the Judicial Proceedings Committee, said the revelations, coupled with a string of recent inmate killings at Maryland prisons, were “a pretty harsh indictment” of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s (D) prison policies.

“This is frightening to us as legislators, the level of collusion that has existed between the correction officers and inmates,” Getty said.
It's pretty much the same as any other policy espoused by the democrats. Lots of sex, drugs and the taxpayer foots the bill.

In Delaware the welfare state and the criminal justice system are one, it just saves so much time in a seamless transition into prison with the added benefit that your friends are already there.

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Woodsterman (Odie) said...

My Walmart bits have nothing on these people.

sig94 said...

Odie - just another day in Obamaland.