California Prisons Paid Leaves Called “Boondoggle”

Print More,1,7530861.story?coll=la%2Dheadlines%2Dcalifornia Up to 109 California corrections department employees have been on paid leaves that have gone on for months and sometimes years as authorities investigate their alleged misdeeds, ranging from having sex with inmates and selling drugs in the prison to spousal abuse and manslaughter, the Los Angeles Times says. One guard has been on
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