April, 2013 | Prison Inmate Search

April 2013 - Prison Inmate Search

Archive | April, 2013

Bipartison Bill Would Reduce Prison Overcrowding

It is recognized that many prisons in the United States are overcrowded and do not rehabilitate inmates. The use of mandatory minimum prison sentences for nonviolent offenders has helped create the world’s largest prison population. The excessive imprisonment of nonviolent offenders is part of a national problem–exploding costs for state and federal prison budgets. A […]

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Female Correctional Officers and Male Inmates

The latest prison scandal involved a substantial number of women guards and gang members in Baltimore, Maryland. An investigation has revealed certain female correctional officers have smuggled cell phones, drugs,  and provided sex to members of the BGF gang in return for expensive gifts such as cars and jewellery. The leader of the gang impregnated […]

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Federal Medical Center (FMC) Deven’s Newest Inmate – D. Tsarnaev

Boston bombing suspect moved from Boston hospital to Federal medical center located at Ft. Devens, Massachusetts. The details of the transfer are reported in the following article. BOSTON, April 26 – Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been moved to a prison at Fort Devens, Mass., from the hospital where he had been held […]

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Prison Gangs Extend Power

During the past decade, the power and influence of the white prison gangs have extended to the streets of our cities and the towns of our rural areas. The white prison gangs have grown in power by producing and selling meth throughout the United States. The following article discusses the major influence of the white […]

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Debtor’s Prisons

Debtor’s prisons thrive in the United States. On February 3, 2013, Prisonpath posted an article about “Tenants Imprisoned for Failure to Pay their Rent.” Many readers were shocked at such treatment of  Arkansas tenants  in the 21st century. There are approximately fifteen other states that impose prison as a punishment for nonpayment of debt. This legal […]

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Two Volume Report – Prison Misconduct in California

Prison misconduct exists throughout the United States. There are correctional officers involved in sexual harassment and the smuggling of contraband such as cell phones and drugs to inmates. The vast majority of correctional officers and civilian employees are not involved in such activities, but are just performing their jobs and bringing home paychecks. Each prison […]

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Prison Gangs

Gangs are rampart throughout the prisons of the United States. Even if you are not connected to the correctional system as an officer or inmate, the public is now aware of gangs such as the Aryan Brotherhood, the Bloods, the Crips, Dead Man Incorporated, and etc. The prison gangs are responsible for much of the […]

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