Corrine Brown sentenced to five years in federal "pound-me-in-the-ass" prison

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  1. pilot-in-fla

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    This is great but can you imagine how much more powerful an effect it would have if Hillary Clinton were sentenced to spend some time in prison. That would correct much of the nation's political corruption problem for a generation at least.
     
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    You go ahead, I wouldn't even watch........:D
     
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    A thousand times yes.

    And you obviously don't know your movie references. Hang your head in shame.
     
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    if you want terrible things to happen to Corrine Brown what do you want to happen to these corrupt and dishonest FBI leaders who are committing a major scam against the president of the United States?

    But I'm not sure what you mean by the movie references quip.
     
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    Any corrupt public servants need to go to prison, period.

    And why am I not surprised that you are the only person on Earth that hasn't seen The Shawshank Redemption yet?

    Here's the scene:

     
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    Do you trust your wife........
     
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    One of the Jacksonville TV stations reported this morning that Brown will continue to draw a Federal pension even while incarcerated until her appeals are exhausted.
     
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    The snowman narrator for Frosty must live forever!
     
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    She checking in at the Eglin Country Club?
     
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    Where do you get that info?
     
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    Ox , you got my line"do you trust your wife" Im sure.................
     
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    My guess is there are about half of the politicians are corrupt and if we could
    unfortunately we're stuck with mr. Softee as attorney general so that won't happen.
     
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    Corrine's last free night for while. Go Gata! :headbang:

    I was talking to oxking about her today. He said she deserves prison time for that Gator speech to Congress alone.
     
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    She is a Rattla who was false claiming the Gata, anyway.
     
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    Never mind. I found some myself. :grin:

    https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/jacksonville/what-prison-life-will-be-like-for-corrine-brown

    What prison life will be like for Corrine Brown
    Former corrections officer, inmate discuss life inside Coleman Correctional

    SUMTERVILLE, Fla. - Both a former federal corrections officer and an inmate who did time at the correctional complex where Corrine Brown could spend the next five years told News4Jax that her life inside will not be easy.

    The former U.S. representative will spend her last weekend as a free woman, then must surrender to Coleman Federal Correctional Complex in Sumpter County by noon Monday. Richard Pari used to be a corrections lieutenant at the minimum-security federal facility in central Florida. A woman who is only using the named Alice, who served most of her five-year sentence for insurance fraud at the facility.

    Pari said Brown will be given a green jump suit, a locker that's 3 feet high and 2 feet wide for her personal belongings and be put in the general inmate population.

    "They enter a new lifestyle, and you have to adapt to that new lifestyle," Pari said. "Everything is taken from you."

    Pari said she will be treated like any other prisoner, and other inmates could take advantage of that. On her first day, Alice said Brown will be labeled a newbie, given a case manager and assigned to a housing dormitory unit. She will not get a private cell.

    Brown, a 12-term congresswoman convicted of 18 charges, including fraud, conspiracy and cheating on her taxes, will stand out not only because of her notoriety, but also because of her age. Statistics from the Federal Bureau of Prisons show that only 23 of nearly 400 prisoners at the Coleman facility are over the age of 64. Brown is 71.

    "Let's put it this way: Being high profile, people might try to exploit you for money and commissary (credits)," Pari said. "And even then, hypothetically, she has a lower bunk. She could be strong-armed for that."

    Alice agreed that Brown's name and reputation will proceed her.

    "The inmates will probably know her. A lot of them will. The guards will definitely know who she is, but it won't mean anything to them. They're going to let her know, 'Just because you were somebody out there, you're not going to be anybody in here,'" Alice said.

    Alice said that during her 2½-hour drive to prison, she only remembered walking in alone.

    "She is going to face the feeling of despair, a feeling (of), 'What am I going to do when I walk through those doors?'" Alice said. "You go in a door called R and D, receiving and discharge. It's the door you walk in, and it's the door you look forward to walking out of."

    Brown will be given a psychological evaluation, and if a doctor possibly determines that she's suicidal, Pari said she could be transferred to a different federal medical facility that can handle inmates like that.

    Coleman is a work camp. Alice said prisoners wake up, eat, then go to work, which could be outside mowing grass, digging, or whatever the camp needs. It does not matter how old the prisoner is, and it's the same routine day in and day out.

    "You always hear that this is a country club setting," Alice said. "Coleman has been called Club Fed. Maybe it's different from the other camps, but we have a lot of ladies that have transferred from the other camps to come in and say it's not so different."

    Brown continues to maintain her innocence and has asked that she stay free on bond while her federal appeals play out, but both the trial judge and appeals courts have denied her request. Her appeals will continue while she is in prison.

    Alice said she has seen a couple of inmates still appealing while in prison.

    "I did see one lady that was in there for a long time that won her appeal, but she was there for a long time," Alice said.

    Alice said the biggest punishment is being separated from family. She said her sentence taught her a lesson and she will never again put herself in a position where she would have to go back.
     
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  19. oxrageous

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    That's not possible. I was told it was like being on a cruise ship. She can even come and go from the prison as she pleases.
     
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    Poor Ox, believes what he reads instead of first hand info from people who have actually been there.

    Do you really think a Congressman is going to get treated like some random crack dealer?

    However, dont let me spoil your dream. If it makes you feel better to think she is somewhere on the bottom bunk of a bunk bed performing favors for cigarrettes, then so be it.
     
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