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Inmate convicted of murder posts to Facebook from cell

He’s known as "Jus N Walk" and he’s a known member of the Aryan Brotherhood Gang

By Abbie Alford
Fox 23

TULSA, Okla. — A Tulsa man serving a 30-year-prison sentence for murdering an Oklahoma Sheriff finds a way to post some surprising photos on Facebook.

FOX23 News found pictures of Justin L. Walker, 32 posing in his prison cell. Walker was convicted of killing Pawnee County Sheriff Dwight Woodrell, Jr. in 2001.

FOX23’s Abbie Alford looked into the Facebook postings that fly in the face of law. He’s known as “Jus N Walk” and he’s a known member of the Aryan Brotherhood Gang. He’s not shy about posing with his cellmates.

Full story: Murder Inmate Posts Shocking Facebook Pics
 



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