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Georgia inmates and prison guards face drugs and bribery charges

Inmates, with the help of prison employees are increasingly using smuggled cellphones to run criminal operations from jail, according to a news release by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Georgia announcing the unsealing of two indictments. U.S. Attorney John Horn said in the release that state corrections employees at Phillips and Valdosta state prisons helped smuggle cell phones and other contraband to inmates in exchange for bribes.

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