Thursday, March 04, 2021

Jackson County Jail Nightmare Continues: Corrections Officer Busted On Bribe Charges

This facility has been blighting downtown for more than a generation and the current administration along with the courthouse legislature doesn't seem to be in any hurry to fix the problem that many have described as a HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS . . . A couple of years ago.

Today's evidence of prison industrial complex corruption allegations:

Jackson County corrections officer arrested for allegedly smuggling drugs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Jackson County corrections officer has been charged in federal court for his role in a drug-smuggling scheme. Daniel Coach, 26, was charged Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri with one count using a phone to facilitate unlawful activity of acceding to corruption.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a shame! Covid crisis has diverted the fact that Frank White and Company have slid under the radar and gotten away with Combat funds. City officials are licking their lips waiting for another Covid cash grab to piss away. I was hopeful Frank could get off his ass and work instead of sitting around trading baseball cards. Mayor Lick ass is hogging all the attention. Tar and feather then put them in the public stock give people rotten tomatoes to throw at them. Might give them a better work ethic. If not ride them out on the rails. Disgusting waste of tax payer bucks.

Anonymous said...

Liberals nerd to liberalize the death penalty and make room for people to serve their whole sentence.

Anonymous said...

You don't know a damn thing about mass incarceration