Federal prosecutors have indicted 46 current and former so-called corrections officers "employed at nine Georgia prisons . . . for accepting bribes to aid inmates with illegal activity" following an undercover FBI sting dubbed Operation Ghost Guard as reported by Yanan Wang for The Washington Post: "the current and former correctional officers indicted are accused of accepting payments from inmates to smuggle contraband (cellphones, tobacco and so on) into prisons, as well as using their law enforcement credentials to shelter drug deals outside of prison walls." Many guards in U.S. prisons are more degenerate than their gangbanging inmates, and it's about freakin time the FBI took notice.
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