الرئيسية / lotus 바카라 / Clavell not the only prison worker to turn to crime: colleague who was sentenced for stealing $30K to pay for his baby’s tuition at Texas State Penitentiary

Clavell not the only prison worker to turn to crime: colleague who was sentenced for stealing $30K to pay for his baby’s tuition at Texas State Penitentiary

Clavell not the only prison worker to turn to crime: colleague who was sentenced for stealing $30K to pay for his baby’s tuition at Texas State Penitentiary

A former prison worker who was sentenced for theft to pay for his baby’s tuition at Texas State Penitentiary told jurors tha세종출장안마t one of his prison colleagues was being treated unfairly by another prison worker and said the inmate was ‘the only person I know who’s going to get out of this situation.’

In his closing arguments, former Penitentiary Investigator Kevin Clemons said it was ‘clear’ that the employee st카지노사이트ealing his $30,000 was the convicted felon.

‘He had absolutely no contact whatsoever with any of the other prisoners, no contact whatsoever with any of the employees. He was a convicted felon,’ Clemons told jurors.

‘It wasn’t just one individual that was doing this. I’ve spent over 200 years as a prosecutor investigating crime in this state.

‘If there is one thing that has changed, it’s that the inmates and their loved ones, if they were in my position, would go to the penitentiary. It doesn’t seem to matter whether they’re white, black, Hispanic, Asian or anything else. They went to prison.’

A’very aggressive’ inmate at Texas State Penitentiary tried to get a woman to give birth to his baby but she did not want to have the baby in prison

Penitentiary Investigator Kevin Clemons told jurors that it was ‘clear’ that one of his prison colleagues (left) was being treated unfairly by another prison worker (right)

Penitentiary Investigator Kevin Clemons, of the Harris County district attorney’s office, said it was ‘clear’ that a’strong, aggressive man’ who he had previously described as ‘a very aggressive’ inmate (right) wanted to have his baby for monetary reasons.

Clemons said he and his co-worker discovered that the prison worker had a pre-existing drug problem and wanted to see if he could pay with that drug.

Clemons (pictured), of the Harris County district attorney’s office, said he and his co-worker discovered that the prison worker had a pre-existing drug problem and wanted to see if he c룰렛ould pay with that drug

The two employees tried to contact the man, and when he refused to meet with them, the two used their cell phones to contact his father.

‘This individual was going to rob my son. If it wasn’t for them finding me, we wouldn’t have th