María Luisa Paúl from The Washington Post spoke with Corrections Expert Paul Adee this week regarding policies and procedures for contraband items in correctional facilities after a Georgia inmate used a smuggled cell phone to steal $11M.
“Here’s the thing: Inmates don’t just walk outside. Someone brought that phone inside, and that’s something that can severely compromise the security of a facility,” Adee said of the allegations. “Sometimes it’s guards being bribed, visitors bringing stuff in or inmates hiding them by inserting them inside their bodies.”
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An inmate got phones, imitated a billionaire and stole $11M, officials say