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 Contraband: Shaver tattoo guns
 Positions of disadvantage
 Bank robber had to be cut from air duct
View Online Corrections Nation C1 Products June 5, 2012 � Week 246
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The use of codes in legal citations
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Prisoners use subterfuge and camouflage in order gain comfort and power in a prison setting, and the law library is one place where some use resources for unintended purposes. Books can hold all manners of contraband, but their ability to serve as a vessel for codes and communication should be more concerning. 5 reasons
Execution set for man convicted of killing 4 kids
 Henry Curtis Jackson Jr. is scheduled to die by lethal injection Tuesday for the stabbing deaths of his two nieces and two nephews. (AP Photo)
Kids' mother asks he be spared
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Contraband: Shaver tattoo guns
A C1 member submitted these photos of an electric shaver transformed into a tattoo gun. Homemade tattoos
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Positions of disadvantage
Here is a review of a couple different positions of disadvantage for the officer, and how to get out of them. Watch the video
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Bank robber had to be cut from air duct
A wig-wearing man broke into a suburban Chicago bank and almost made off with $100,000 when it appeared he escaped through the ceiling.
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