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5 Jul 2009
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6 Jul 2009
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Do you need information how to find an inmate? Come on: All about Inmates, Prisoners, Jails, Prisons and all the other incarceration stuff.
14 Jul 2009
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The Philippine inmates do Michael Jackson's Dangerous.
17 Aug 2009
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Search Inmate and Felony Records – Search through millions of State and Federal inmates. Visit *******PublicRecord.Weebly**** Search over 225,000,000 U.S. residents – FAST! * Get Access to over 300 Million Criminal Records – Arrests, Warrants, Misdemeanors, Felonies * Access over 1 billion Public Records - All conveniently located in our exclusive MEMBERS site * Get Data from Public and Private Sources - no more hours of surfing hundreds of sites * Information on 90% of US residents - super odds you’re going to find that certain person * Perform Unlimited Phone Searches - save time – and stop prank calls * Perform Unlimited Background Checks – Addresses, Phones, Incomes, Property, Criminal Records and more! * Search Arrest and Warrants - Database is updated weekly * Unlimited Access to Vital Records – Marriage, Divorce, Birth and Death Records * Search Inmate and Felony Records – Search through millions of State and Federal inmates * Find Property Records - Neighbors yards full of junk? Need to find the owners of the property? * Perform Unlimited Business Searches - Be smart-know who you’re dealing with. * Check Your Neighborhood - Any sex offenders? Tell your kids where NOT to go * Search Address History - Is this the same guy who lived next door to you? * Find out the Marital Status - Avoid embarrassment – find out if someone you’re dating is married.
30 Sep 2009
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inmates Inmates Save Deputy's Life nearly killed in jail house attack Florida deputy was nearly killed in jail house attack that caught on tape. WFTS' Don Germais reports. Inmates Save Deputy's
6 Nov 2009
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Our #1 Video of the Week is an amazing footage shot from a surveillance cam that shows a guard getting attacked and then helped by an inmate!
21 Nov 2009
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*******1apublicrecords****/inmaterecords/floridainmates.php Florida Inmate files are frequently brought up, when a state of affairs arises which requires us to assess an individual’s credibility. One will search the repository of Florida Inmate data by ...
15 Apr 2012
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27 Jan 2010
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26 Sep 2010
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The inmates of Manila City Jail dancing to "I've got a feeling" filmed and inspired by yours truly. Watch and enjoy!
4 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY LINDSEY WOLF You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Six death row inmates from Arizona, California and Tennessee are suing the FDA for allowing states to import an execution drug without agency approval. Sodium thiopental is the first of three drugs injected into a condemned prisoner- it’s an anesthetic that eliminates pain. The Wall Street Journal reports the company Hospira was the only U.S. manufacturer of the drug - but it’s halting production. Italian officials shut down the company’s facility outside Milan because Italy doesn’t support the death penalty. “Hospira tried to figure out a way that it could block the distribution of its drugs to U.S. prisons and decided there was no way to do that so it decided, ‘we’re just going to exit the market.’” Since then, states have had to find it elsewhere – including overseas. Law requires the FDA to ensure only safe, effective drugs are imported into the US, but according to The Tennessean, the FDA decided to… “...exercise ‘enforcement discretion’ regarding sodium thiopental imports for execution and allow them to enter the country with little more than a caveat that FDA has not examined the quality of the drug.” But the FDA wants to stay out of the execution-drug market, releasing a statement saying... “Reviewing substances imported or used for the purpose of state-authorized lethal injection clearly falls outside of FDA’s explicit public health role … FDA does not verify the identity, potency, safety, or effectiveness of substances imported for this purpose.” But James Clark from Change**** claims- without FDA approval, there’s no way to be sure the drug is safe to use. “If the drugs are contaminated or handled improperly, they could become ineffective, leading to a torturous execution that the Supreme Court has ruled would be unconstitutional...” In an editorial for The Daily Herald Vincent Jack wonders- why can’t another U.S. company make the drug? “Come on, give me a break! Surely another drug company can make this drug. Don't tell me that given a whole year's advanced knowledge of a growing shortage didn't send up some red flags somewhere in the medical/legal continuum. How could the Federal Bureau of Prisons fall asleep at the helm on this issue?” The last doses of thiopental made in the U.S. will reach expiration this spring. Some states have worked around the issue- substituting thiopental with pentobarbital- a drug normally used to euthanize animals. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
5 Feb 2011
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Dance Video Section - BIT CT -32 / 41 Just an activity in our university. We do not own the song. Song courtesy of labels of this video: WMG, Sony Music Entertainment, UMG Dance Songs: They Forget About Us *The Time *Look at Us +*Dirty Pop Dance Song Remix and Dance Choreographed by: Mr. Iñigo Fernando Torres III CT Dancing Inmates: Iñigo Fernando Torres III Paolo Alo Cruz Gideon Pimentel EJ Ramos Christian Sinco Jose Noel Pasia Cyril Emnas Miro Miranda EdMark Aguilar Eusted Dionisio Khimberlly Nepumuceno Lucy Locsin Joan Roque Encar Mallari Mary Beth Lagare Raquel De Guzman Rachel Ann Bautista Katherine Balili Excel Mallari Hasmin Diega Jessica Bayle Arlene Moonshine Simbria Romeliza Ancheta Dyna Gonzalez Reynalyn Monterde Dianna Miranda Marianne Pascual Jorrielyn Llobrea Eloisa Balcueva Nojah Landicho Jane Lubat Gwendelyn Naga Music Video Editing Team: Romeliza Ancheta Jose Noel Pacia Christian Sinco Jessica Bayle Hasmin Diega Music Video Venue: UCCP Tondo Cruz Residence Ramos Residence Rehearsal Venue: Ramos Residence Cruz Residence SPECIAL THANKS Cruz Family (Music Video and Dance Rehearsal Venue) Ramos Family (Rehearsal Venue) Bayle Family (Editing Venue)
4 Mar 2011
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July 7, 2011(1:50) A Michigan inmate is suing the state government and the governor for the right to have porn in prison.
8 Jul 2011
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BY KIM ST. ONGE ANCHOR LAUREN GORES You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. Inmates in Georgia could soon be turning in their jumpsuits for firefighter uniforms. MSNBC’s Ed Schultz gives you the background. “Authorities in Camden County Georgia say they can save more than $500,000 a year by using prison inmates to fight fires. The plan would use convicted criminals from another county where a similar program has been up and running for two years now.” But, some would rather see the new money saving proposal burn. A spokesperson for the National Association of Firefighters told ABC, letting inmates fight fires will only lead to bigger problems. “Now you’re going to be bringing people that have been before judges, convicted of crimes, and all it takes is for someone to say, ‘Oh I’m missing something out of my house and the only other people here were firefighters.’ They’re not going to differentiate between prisoner and firefighter, and the distrust in community, it’s just not a good equation.” Authorities say Inmates convicted of only low level and nonviolent crimes would be eligible for the job.A Camden County Commissioner told The Florida Times Union inmates have a hard-working reputation. “I’ve been told these inmates are very enthusiastic about being a firefighter... It’s an opportunity to break that cycle. This is not like a chain gang. Life at a fire station could be a whole lot more pleasant than life in jail.” The inmates would be supervised by a certified firefighter and monitored by a surveillance system. A writer for Gawker points out the ideahas spread to other states. “In California, another broke state with a thriving prison-industrial complex, ‘there are more than 4,000 firefighting inmates stationed at 45 camps throughout the state.’ Although they mostly help with wildfires and huge emergency things like that — not your daily cat-in-the-tree stuff, except to sell drugs to the cats.” On top of committing only low level crimes, inmates would need to be in good standing pass an interview, and would not be allowedoutside visitors or cell phones. The pay? It’s strictly volunteer, but inmates could apply for a firefighting job five years after their conviction date instead of waiting 10. Transcript by Newsy
15 Oct 2011
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