Cole to face court over prison escape
A former NSW Prison Service staffer who escaped prison is facing the possibility of trial for breaching jail’s rules on prisoners’ possessions in an attempt to escape.
Former staff at a prison in the remote NSW town of Cootamundra have been told about a bid to escape the prison on a raft, which had been set up by prison staff on Christmas Day to raise funds f공주출장안마or charity.
Staff members said prison authorities were told the prison is a maximum security institution, so any attempt to leave would need to get approval from prison officials.
“Anybody attempting to escape from it through such a way, would have to go through them on바카라스토리 the side of the road by an elevated platform over the prison to avoid being stopped by the guards,” a correctional officer told 674 ABC Melbourne radio.
That could involve a person being dragged from the prison’s main road or on a ladder, or someone being pushed a further 10 kilometres or so along the same track or ladder as a raft.실시간바카라
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