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Twelve inmates escaped an Alabama jail in September after using peanut butter to cover a door number and trick a young jailer into opening access to the outside.
Currently, Los Angeles County is the largest jailer in the world and emblematic of the U.S. prison industrial complex.
Not on the list was a recommendation backed by the sheriffs association for a one-cent sales tax to fund a mandatory minimum salary for deputy sheriffs and jailers that would raise the salaries to equal their state counterparts.
Turkey remains the biggest jailer of journalists for the second year in a row, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Wednesday in reporting that the number of journalists jailed around the world hit a record high in 2017.
Still, no defense attorney rescued him, no prosecutor, judge, or jailer looked at the case and was moved to correct a manifest injustice.
Gray first began working at the sheriff's office in 2003 as a jailer.
Their jailers say the women are rarely locked in and have access to the bathroom most of the time.
For crimes not listed, jailers are not allowed to notify ICE about pending releases.
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