Murder suspect was supposed to be job...

Murder suspect was supposed to be job hunting

There are 1 comment on the WHO-AM Des Moines story from Jun 28, 2013, titled Murder suspect was supposed to be job hunting. In it, WHO-AM Des Moines reports that:

An Iowa Department of Corrections spokesman says one of the men accused of murdering 20-year old Christopher Byers Wednesday afternoon was supposed to be looking for a job, having been given a day pass from the Fort Des Moines residential facility to do so.

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Ankeny, IA

#1 Jul 7, 2013
i have no idea why you keep this program going? it is almost weekly that someone takes off from this facility. i even have detailed information about one of there employees that got there brother a job there when she knew that he was a drug dealer and has been for about 15 years. if she does not turn him in then she is just as guilty as him. you need to look into this cause she was reported and they did nothing to her at all. COVER UP I KNOW THATS WHAT THEY DID BECAUSE NO ACTION WAS TAKEN. BRIDGES OF IOWA SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN NOW!!!!!!!

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