Accused NYC Jail Employees Spend Their Days Doing No Work

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A rogues' gallery of correction officers spends eight hours a day doing next to nothing in a "rubber room" at New York City's Rikers Island jail, costing taxpayers millions each year, the New York Daily News reports. Some of the most notorious Department of Correction staffers have remained on the payroll as their criminal or internal disciplinary cases drag on for years. All . . .

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