Top definition. Prison wallet unknown. The anal cavity of a convict, used to store valued possessions like drugs and weapons.
Approximately 3, Washington State prisoners were released early sinceGov. Jay Inslee D announced on Tuesday, due to a coding error in computer software that calculates time prisoners can earn off their sentences while incarcerated. Inslee says that some of these inmates will be given credit for the time they have since spent away from prison, while others will need to return to prison or serve their time on work release.
Source: Oklahoma County Sherriff's Office. The loaded pistol below, to be exact. Source: Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office.
Louis, Ill. Blucker, who is HIV-positive, says he was infected as a result of the sexual abuse. After a weeklong trial, the jury rejected claims against five of the seven defendants but was unable to reach a verdict on the other two -- a prison psychiatrist and the prison's head of internal investigations.
Based on circumstantial evidence like vaseline and latex gloves in his locker, it seems that Lawrence managed to evade the metal detectors by putting the pucks inside his rectum, according to Judge Doody can't make this stuff up. The scenario: Now your friend wants to know what he can store up there in a pinch. After all, the rectum has long been a favorite hiding spot for smugglers.
North Carolina's Central Prison. What follows is an interview with a year-old black man, Mr. His longest stretch in the hole lasted eight months.
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Notorious Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger was killed Tuesday inside a federal prison in West Virginia — and investigators are probing whether he was beaten to death by another inmate or inmates, according to multiple senior law enforcement officials. Bulger, 89, was found unresponsive about a. But those efforts were unsuccessful, and he was pronounced dead by the Preston County Medical Examiner, the Justice Department said.
You don't need to be a murder to end up in prison. All it takes is a friend - no more like an aquaintence whose name you hardly know - and that friend was drinking and had a gun. I was an "accomplice".
On Friday, Paul ManafortDonald Trump's former campaign chairman and perhaps the most notorious lobbyist in modern American history, became an inmate at a small jail in northern Virginia. Stripped of the designer suits that were his trademark—he once spent well over a million dollars on clothes over a four-year stretch, according to prosecutors—Manafort no doubt struggled to process just how far he had fallen. After years globetrotting on behalf of dubiously democratic politicians in far-flung locales like Ukraine where he was said to swim nude alongside his clienthe returned to Washington, the city where he first established himself as a force in politics.