Former prison guard in NJ pleads guilty to taking bribes

There are 1 comment on the Jun 12, 2012, NorthJersey.com story titled Former prison guard in NJ pleads guilty to taking bribes. In it, NorthJersey.com reports that:

A former federal corrections officer in New Jersey has pleaded guilty to accepting $3,600 in bribes to smuggle contraband in and out of the prison.

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jane

Milwaukee, WI

#1 Jul 16, 2012
well isnt this nice,, as a family member ,a young boy is there being tantalized by other prisoners for money,, nice to know that prison guards are as well to blame,, the youg boy went in with a drug problem, went through program,, then released after finished to regular compound, everything he worked so hard for and became strong has caved in around him. willing to serve his time and now waiting for a transfer to a camp, is possibly ruined by all of the thingssome ohe other prisnoers have put him through,, im devistated, and so is he...

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