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Governor seeks review of state prisons

October 15, 2009

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— Gov. Mark Parkinson is seeking an outside review of Kansas’ prison system following allegations of widespread illegal sex between staff and inmates at the state’s prison for women.

Parkinson sent a letter Wednesday to the deputy director of the National Institute of Corrections in Washington, asking for the group’s help in finding an independent management expert to conduct a review.

This month, an area newspaper’s investigation showed that up to a third of the 250 employees at the Topeka Correctional Facility have been involved in an illegal black market that includes exchanging sex with female inmates for drugs.

Corrections Secretary Roger Werholtz has said only 2 percent of the department’s 3,000 employees have engaged in sexual misconduct.

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Ray Parker 4 years, 6 months ago

This also makes District Court Chief Judge Nancy Parrish handing down probation to the rapist, the Kansas criminal court system, and Planned Parenthood's Overland Park abortion mill look as crooked as can be, not to mention YWCA Battered Women’s Task Force for lying to the rape victim to coerce an abortion. Meanwhile, the prosecution of Planned Parenthood’s Overland Park abortionist quacks for other felony crimes, covering up other illegal abortions by falsifying state records, is on hold because of intervention by leftist, baby-hating, crooked judges who have also imposed a gag order on a judge who is a witness to the crimes. These slimy cover-ups will need a lot of investigation. Hope the investigation results don't get covered up.

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