Thursday, June 9, 2016

WDT: State inspectors: Cape Vincent prison employees ran illegal gambling game

    Albany doesn't like any game of chance other than it's own....Employees at the Cape Vincent prison were running a Queen of Hearts game...Something familiar to many.
    A big investigation was conducted when it would have been easier for the warden to just say "knock it off."
     Imagine if they had a fifty cent sign in pool going on.
Watertown Daily Times | State inspectors: Cape Vincent prison employees ran illegal gambling game

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

This falls under the "who cares" category.

Anonymous said...

Wardens aren't supposed to keep the employees doing their jobs and not breaking rules or laws. That would be extra.

Anonymous said...

Must be there's enough time to organize things like this in the prison...

Anonymous said...

I see an early retirement in the near future. With full pension and benefits of course...

Anonymous said...

After reading and hearing about what was going on up north when the two prisoners escaped, no one is surprised to read about this. The way our prisons are being run is just another disgusting example of the waste of our tax dollars. Shameful.

L.A. Moore said...

It's amazing that Albany knows about Queen of Hearts games, and CO's leaving training early. Yet, in the wake of the inmate escape at Clinton Correctional Albany knew nothing?

Anonymous said...

They're too busy cracking down on football pools to notice prisoners boffing the kitchen and laundry help or digging tunnels out in their spare time.

Anonymous said...

It falls into ...what happens at work, stays at work. Some dumb- dumb was talking about it.

Anonymous said...

Every one of those Albany investigators are suckups to Benito and his crew. That's how they got their jobs. Think of this as an employment program for people who work under desks.