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Hack 10-04-2012 11:22

Lockdown Happened In the Joint
 
But, progressing to back to normal. This information is from public sources only, nothing else.

http://www.leavenworthtimes.com/arti...NEWS/121009598

Vigilant 10-04-2012 11:39

Da boyz wuz gettin ready ta rumble.

Glad no Staff were hurt.

Hack 10-04-2012 11:45

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Originally Posted by Vigilant (Post 19484884)
Da boyz wuz gettin ready ta rumble.

Glad no Staff were hurt.

Yeah, they were feisty. All on my two days off. They were locked down by the time I got back and even heard about it. Thankfully it was nothing that hurt staff.

blueiron 10-04-2012 13:01

Reminds me of the movie 'Cool Hand Luke'.

Exhausted prisoners are compliant prisoners.

Travclem 10-04-2012 14:24

I say let em fight to the death, shoot the winners and save me some tax dollars.

Glockdude1 10-04-2012 14:29

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Originally Posted by Hack (Post 19484914)
Yeah, they were feisty. All on my two days off. They were locked down by the time I got back and even heard about it. Thankfully it was nothing that hurt staff.

Now that is good news.

:cool:

Patchman 10-04-2012 19:57

I could never, ever work in a prison setting. Kudos to you guys.

series1811 10-05-2012 07:07

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Originally Posted by Patchman (Post 19486420)
I could never, ever work in a prison setting. Kudos to you guys.

Same here. Serving a high risk warrant doesn't bother me a bit. But, I have to admit, that giving up my weapon and heading into a prison, gives me the heebie jeebies every time.

I'll admit it. I don't have the stones to do that work. Hats off to those who do.

Vigilant 10-05-2012 08:57

We need each other to make it work, and everybody's gotta be somewhere. :thumbsup:

CJStudent 10-05-2012 13:54

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Originally Posted by Hack (Post 19484914)
Yeah, they were feisty. All on my two days off. They were locked down by the time I got back and even heard about it. Thankfully it was nothing that hurt staff.

Glad to hear all the staff are okay! :thumbsup:

CJStudent 10-05-2012 13:55

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Originally Posted by series1811 (Post 19487314)
Same here. Serving a high risk warrant doesn't bother me a bit. But, I have to admit, that giving up my weapon and heading into a prison, gives me the heebie jeebies every time.

I'll admit it. I don't have the stones to do that work. Hats off to those who do.

You see, the suiting up to go in a house where you have no idea what the hell is in there other than bad guys and guns gives ME the heebie-jeebies, lol. The nice thing about working inside the fence is that help is 30 seconds or less away.

Glockdude1 10-05-2012 15:24

Ok Hack,

Groupwise us what REALLY happened........ :supergrin:

CJStudent 10-05-2012 15:49

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Originally Posted by Glockdude1 (Post 19488616)
Ok Hack,

Groupwise us what REALLY happened........ :supergrin:

Ditto!

Hack 10-05-2012 16:04

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Originally Posted by Glockdude1 (Post 19488616)
Ok Hack,

Groupwise us what REALLY happened........ :supergrin:

I'll see what I can do.:) (Non committal answer for public consumption).:whistling:


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