Tag Archives: prison crime
Bedrock – The Violence Control Unit
July 6, 2017 · by James L'Etoile · in At What Cost, author, Bury the Past, convict, Crime, crime and punishment, crime thriller novels, criminal justice, inmate, James L'Etoile, organ transplant thriller, prison, prison crime, prison gangs, Uncategorized · 2 Comments
From the outside, the goings on in prison are invisible. If you live close enough to one, you might catch a glimpse of concrete walls and high mast yard lighting. If the wind is just right, you could hear the shrill buzz of an alarm in the distance. For most people, that’s the only thought–a […]
How Do Drugs Get Into Prison?
March 31, 2016 · by James L'Etoile · in author, Crime, crime fiction, drones, escape, James L'Etoile, prison, prison crime, social issues, top four · 3 Comments
Getting prohibited items inside a prison is more than a game, it’s business. Every so often, a naive junior legislator will leave a fundraising lunch long enough to pop their head into a committee hearing and express their handwringing shock and dismay over drugs and other contraband appearing inside prison walls. Contraband is any item prohibited by […]