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Posted on 04/24/2013 9:44:19 PM PDT by Steelfish
Gang Leader Impregnates Four Female Prison Guards
13 female corrections officers, seven inmates and five others with gang ties have been charged with plotting to smuggle drugs, cellphones and other contraband into Baltimore's jail and other correctional facilities.
By RUSSELL GOLDMAN April 24, 2013 Four female correction officers were impregnated by the reported leader of a Maryland prison gang, which used a network of female prison guards to help launder money, run drugs and smuggle contraband into state detention facilities, according to a federal indictment.
One of the guards was twice impregnated by Tavon White, identified in court papers as the alleged leader of the Black Guerilla Family.
Two of the female correction officers tattooed "Tavon" on their bodies, one on her neck and another on the wrist, according to the indictment.
In one incident, one guard kept watch over a closet, in which White and another guard had sex, according to authorities.
Thirteen female and two male prison guards are facing federal corruption charges following a months long investigation into corruption and conspiracy at Maryland's correctional facilities.
The indictment portrays a prison system run by inmates, including members of the Black Guerilla Family gang.
"This is my jail," White, who is awaiting trial for attempted murder, bragged on a tapped phone call from the Baltimore City Detention Center. "I make every final call in this jail."
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Maryland sure does seem to be one wild and wacky joint.
Preparing convicts for a return to civil society. /s
This gives a whole new meaning to “ Prison gang bangers “
Sort of makes me agree with Russel Crowe in the latest Les Miserables movie.
If he runs the prison, why doesn’t he let himself out?
“Did he come out of the closet? He might get a special citation by Obama.”
LOL, line of the night, bro.
Black Guerilla Family
Yeah in O’Malley land the long arm of the law get’s it’s self involved in some prison hanky panky.
The ACLU will argue it’s a remedial civil right for the “at risk” groups who are the majority in the jails.
There’s a reality TV show in this.
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