Sunday, March 19, 2017

Prison Industrial Complex Reform In Missouri

Desperately needed changes underway as lawsuits and controversy plague this institution. Take a look:

Report: Leadership changes afoot in Missouri's prison system

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A newspaper reports that Missouri's governor and the state prison system's new prisons chief are making sweeping leadership changes in the corrections department. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the move by Republican Gov. Eric Greitens' administration comes amid a sexual harassment scandal that has cost state taxpayers millions of dollars in legal fees.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I would like to get into a sex scandal with Governor Eric.
He can do anything that he wants to me. No complaints will be made.

Anonymous said...

^^^Chuck...is that you again?^^^

Anonymous said...

^^^^^. paranoid Suck, on the lookout......

Anonymous said...

No it's Shithouser

Anonymous said...

What about the criminals dying in these prisons. Or sitting in feces. Or being used at federal holding sites with no room so they are held as a group in a suicide cell (oh this is what MO small counties are doing to make money) Their making money but aren't these criminals innocent until proven guilty carderella. Why not send all criminals to tent city AZ and save our tax money from lining political pockets for inadequate holding sites. Not every thing in news has to be be sexual. This is inhumane and untouchable by the press and incarcerated.