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Old 01-28-2009, 02:57 PM
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Default Beaumont woman pleads guilty to accepting bribe while working as guard at federal pen

Beaumont woman pleads guilty to accepting bribe while working as guard at federal penitentiary
(Beaumont Enterprise © 01/28/2009)
A 34-year-old Beaumont woman pleaded guilty Monday to a charge that she accepted a bribe from an inmate while working at the federal penitentiary. Jada L. Jefferson was accused of accepting $1,500 from an inmate in exchange for bringing tobacco into the prison. The offense is punishable by up to 15 years in prison. She was also indicted last September on two counts of engaging in a sexual act wi
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Old 01-28-2009, 07:51 PM
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Hope she gets the max on ALL charges!
We NEED dirty officers to receive MAX sentences, if 12- -15 year olds can get the max, she sure as heck should.

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I totally agree Small. Prosecute to the MAX. I hope that she gets it all. And if she does maybe it will send a message to the other Bad CO's out there. But I doubt it. If they are dumb enough to take a bribe then they wont realize that they can get caught.
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Old 01-28-2009, 09:20 PM
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I know someone that was a co and he was charged with bringing marijuana into the prison. They fired him and let him keep his retirement. He was able to get another job that pays pretty good. Anyway, most of the co's are ex military, and they try not to go to hard on them because they have served our country.
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Just curious..why do we not UA prison inmates and staff? Like routinely?
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x4livin- -money, it's all about money- -and just MY thoughts, if they did, we wouldn't have but a handful of officers- -but that is ONLY my thoughts.
Rules say, at any given time any officer can be given a UA- -put it this way, I have a few years in, only time I did was just before I was hired, hasn't been brought up sense.

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Interesting that it was a federal facility. I haven't seen anything in the news about prosecutions of state gaurds.
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