Prison has meant jobs, unrest for Tex...

Prison has meant jobs, unrest for Texas community

There are 22 comments on the Palestine Herald-Press story from Feb 7, 2009, titled Prison has meant jobs, unrest for Texas community. In it, Palestine Herald-Press reports that:

As officials in a remote West Texas county have sought to keep their local prison full and financially viable, it has become the scene of mounting inmate unrest, including two riots in the last six weeks.

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Pecos, TX

#21 May 27, 2009
laincunj wrote:
Are they still hiring? I was told this afternoon they had filled all open positions
Hiring big time at 16.49

Pecos, TX

#22 Jun 5, 2009
omg lol you people are kinda stupid.......well alot of u at least...yall need to get off of the medical issue...bottom line...they get treated when they need to...even for the smallest paper cut...and its retarded...i think they should all be thrown to mexico's prisons where theyd have to suffer for awhile so they dont have to bitch about the food either cuz they would have to work for it over there

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