Sunday, May 31, 2009

Prisoners Escape in Prison Made Uniforms

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Two convicted murderers put on corrections-officer uniforms and walked out of an Arkansas prison during a shift change, officials said Saturday as they searched for the men.

Jeffrey Grinder, 32, and Calvin Adams, 39, escaped Friday evening from the Cummins Unit prison in Grady more than three hours before officials realized they were missing, corrections department spokeswoman Dina Tyler said.

Both men were serving life sentences without the possibility of parole at the prison about 60 miles southeast of Little Rock.


Run of the mill prison break story, right? Here's where it gets interesting...

The guard uniforms the inmates put on are made in the prison.


Wow! Who could have ever seen that coming?

Cross posted at Say Anything

2 comments:

  1. The guard uniforms the inmates put on are made in the prison.

    Wow! Who could have ever seen that coming?
    Yeah, what could possibly go wrong?

    1st question: whose idea was this?

    2nd question: is he / she still employed?

    3rd: if the answer to 2 is yes, explain why, in detail, so that we can decide who else needs to be fired.

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  2. One thing I have learned on my visits to various prisons (providing service to, not deriving service from! Heh. )is that prisoners have a lot of time on their hands to come up with ways to make mischief out of whatever materials are at hand.
    Someone should have either seen that this was a bad idea, or supervised the inmates a lot more closely.

    Of course, hindsight is always 20/20!

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